Kordell Stewart Files For Divorce From PorshaApparently all is not well in the Stewart household. According to Access Atlanta, Kordell Stewart filed for divorce from Porsha on March 22 in Fulton County:

From the filing:

“Petitioner, after marrying respondent, a cast member on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” on May 21, 2011, is seeking divorce as the marriage is irretrievably broken.”

We’ve had plenty of Clutch articles on the Kordell’s controlling personality and Porsha’s “not so bright” demeanor, but it’s never a good day when you hear that a couple is getting divorced.

Hopefully this doesn’t turn into an ugly situation for either of them.

 

Kordell Stewart Files For Divorce From Porsha

  • http://gravatar.com/afrosaxon1 afrosaxon1

    I pressed report comment button by accident..sorry!!

    “Ladies, you CAN have it all, you CANNOT have it all at one time. It simply does not work. Raise your children THEN get a career. Start your career THEN have children when they have been raised a bit. If I’m a hiring manager and I have 2 women in front of me, both 31 years old with the same education and experience but 1 has a 9 year old and a 7 year old and the other has no children who do you think I’m going to hire? Exactly, the woman who already has children.”

    Umm, surely that’s discrimination? You don’t know her plans, what if she doesn’t want any children…you won’t hire her because of the off chance that she MIGHT want children?

    I agree with the fist two sentences though. Women need to understand that kids are a responsibility, not a right, and if you don’t have time for them, don’t have them. Men need to understand that as well though – raising children is a 2 parent responsibility and if either parent works so much that they can’t see their kids, maybe it’s best to wait until you can be involved in your child’s life.

  • Dave

    Amen Brother

  • Uncontainable Spirit

    Thank you for your response. You said:

    “Umm, surely that’s discrimination? You don’t know her plans, what if she doesn’t want any children…you won’t hire her because of the off chance that she MIGHT want children?”

    There is discrimination in ALL facets of life. There is definitely discrimination in the job market. It simply is. Why cannot a 25 year old be the President of the USA? Is that discrimination? Why do insurance premiums drop because an individual turns 25 years old? Is that discrimination? Regarding the employment discrimination, employers discriminate constantly. Employers are FAR more likely to hire a married man than a single man. That’s discrimination however it’s understood. Employers are far more likeThere are a multitude of examples of acceptable discrimination that we simply deem valid because in most instances they are. To be discriminating is not necessarily a bad thing.

    “I agree with the fist two sentences though. Women need to understand that kids are a responsibility, not a right, and if you don’t have time for them, don’t have them. Men need to understand that as well though – raising children is a 2 parent responsibility and if either parent works so much that they can’t see their kids, maybe it’s best to wait until you can be involved in your child’s life.”

    I agree. I see no flaw in this position.

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