I recently read an article about a custody battle turned parent abduction. Two women were a couple, I believe had gotten legally married in their state and one of the partners gave birth to their child. (Of course only the one woman was biologically the mother.)
A few years later, they break up, and the biological mother turns "religious" and delcares homosexuality a "sin" and demands sole custody. She declares the other mother unfit because of her lifestyle.
Eventually, the biological mother (the gay one turned religious) abducts the child and disappears despite the courts ruling joint custody.
My question: Do you think the now religious mom has ANY right to declare the other mother unfit due to her remaining gay? How can a "former" gay person suddenly declare, with some kind of authority, that other gay people are now sinful enough to NOT have a child?!! DO your religious beliefs side with the "former" gay mom?
Wow, it just goes to show how gays are smart and Christians are two faced.
Answer by Anonymous at 7:53 AM on Feb. 19, 2010
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Answer by sati769leigh at 8:16 AM on Feb. 19, 2010
I'm on the side of the child who loves both parents and is now caught in the middle. The child is the real victim here!
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