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Quote of the Day - There is so little difference between husbands you might as well keep the first. - Adela Rogers St. Johns

He and She Were Married, Now He's a She. Yikes!

I predicted something like this would happen. Paul Spina and his wife, Sharon, have been married for 22 years. They have two children.

Paul recently went to Thailand and had a sex change operation and came back as Paula Spina.

Now, his wife wants an annulment. There's a surprise.

It is admittedly confusing. But, they turned to the Courts to work it out.

Apparently, Sharon lost the first round to Paul/Paula. Now, Sharon has appealed. Briefing is being submitted, and we'll keep you informed.

We haven't heard the last of this one. What's your vote?

Posted by J. Craig Williams on 7/6/2004 at 14:43 Comments (3)

 

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Comments by anonymous from United States on Wednesday, February 01, 2006 at 22:55

i personally know the family and disgusted that a place like this would post an article about it. what paula did was devastating to them and i his youngest daughter is one of my good friends. personaly it is none of your buisness wether or not they have an annulment!

 

Comments by Randy from United States on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 14:04

No annulment. A marriage was established, so it should stand.

 

Comments by Beanie from United States on Monday, July 12, 2004 at 10:36

I say, no annulment. Regardless of his mindset when they married, they've been married 22 years and have 2 children. She bought into the marriage lock stock and barrel, this is the consequence.

 

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