Lesbian couple with 18-month-old daughter told to move to a ‘more appropriate part of town’

Lesbian couple with 18-month-old daughter told to move to a 'more appropriate part of town'

A SAME-sex couple with a toddler were sent a hateful letter telling them to move house because their relationship is “immoral and wrong”.
The typed note pushed through Vikki and Stephanie Parkey’s door said they should go to “a more appropriate area of the city”.
MEN Media Vikki and Steph Parkey received a hate note through their door in Hull
MEN Media The letter told them to move to ‘a more appropriate area of the city’
The married pair, who have an 18-month-old daughter, said they were “disgusted” by the homophobic abuse and have reported it to police.
Vikki, 36, told the Hull Daily Mail: “We’ve lived here for six years and never received anything like this.
“We just couldn’t believe it. It was very hurtful, but hopefully this is just one a***hole who is doing this.”
The computer printed letter was posted to their terraced home in Hull under the cover of darkness on Thursday night.
It reads: “We, the residents, are not happy with same-sex couples living our area.
“Especially not when bringing up a child. It is immoral and wrong.
“We suggest you move to a more appropriate area of the city.”
Stephanie, 29, found it the next morning.
They are cowards who have no right to pass judgement on us.Vikki Parkey
Vikki said: “I went downstairs and my wife was in tears about it and when I asked her what was up she showed me this letter.
“When I read it, I instantly became mad more than anything for upsetting my wife and thinking that they have any right to pass judgement on us and most of all that they thought they had a right to even mention my daughter.
“It’s two different emotions really: mad at the bigotry of it all and upset that there was nothing I could do to stop Steph being upset about it.
“We have never had a problem before, but these opinions in this day and age are just not acceptable.
“Whoever sent it are just cowards really.”
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Humberside Police said: “We received a report of malicious communications at an address in Hull on February 22.
“It was reported that a letter containing malicious content was posted through a door overnight, causing distress to the resident of the property.
“We have spoken to the resident of the property, offering her advice and support.”
MEN Media The same sex couple say they have never had any previous trouble from neighbours

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