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Sue for discrimination for being gay... would they win???

Anonymous
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Could a gay couple sue for discrimination, and win, because their biological son (and his wife) are refusing to allow them to have a relationship /visits with thier grandchild.. AND they have specifically said the reason is BECAUSE THEY ARE GAY.  The son became a Christian and told his mom that he loves her but does  not agree with the lifestyle.  Son says he will call and see his mom in person but not allow the baby to have any visitation / contact whatsoever as long as SHE IS GAY?  Do you think they would win visits? THey would like at least 4 overnight visits a year.

Posted by Anonymous on Mar. 15, 2015 at 2:28 AM
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TediLee
by on Mar. 15, 2015 at 2:30 AM
I think it depends on grandparents rights where they live. Some states give grandparents visitation and some don't.
RazzleMySpazz
by on Mar. 15, 2015 at 2:38 AM
No, she is not otherwise entitled to her grandkids. The son does not run a business that caters to the public and he is not damaging anyone's life by refusing access to the grandchildren...

Just exercising a parent's right to choose who spends time with his children. Reasons do not matter in this situation.


Suing for discrimination also has zero to do with access to children... Grandparents rights only exist in a few states under very narrow circumstances.

It will only serve to drive a further wedge and guarentee that there will never be any reconcilation.


I'm an atheist that supports gay rights. But parents have final say.... That's all there is to it! It sucks.
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