Last edited by Toothpicvic; 12-06-09 at 05:08 PM.
I love these poll results from their regular REGISTERED MEMBERS. Kinda shows the mindset of the people who read their stuff regularly.
Uh_ what does being a lesbian have do with this issues? I am not sure what the big deal is?
Man and Woman.... Woman is biological mother to child, Man was not involved in the creation of this child and did not "adopt" the child as his own during their time together.
The two get seperated.
The facts show that the man did not have much of a part of the child's life during the seperation, did not call the child on its birthday, or send birthday cards, or call to ask how the child was doing in school, or how they were developing. During visitations with the man, the child returned to tell the mother that the man had done "some act" that was thought extremely inappropriate. The mother is otherwise viewed as a positive influence in the child's life and a good mother.
Now you tell me, who should get custody of this child?
To put things in perspective:
There is a vast difference between visitation rights and being awarded custody. Further, if the former domestic partner is a lesbian, then it follows that the mother is a lesbian also. Is, not was. There is no such thing as a former lesbian; either a woman (or man) is gay, or not. It is neither a choice, nor is it something that can be "cured."October 26, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - When Lisa Miller repudiated the lesbian lifestyle in 2003 and turned to Jesus Christ as her savior, she believed that she and her daughter Isabella would be safe from her traumatic and confused past. However, her former partner Janet Jenkins, to whom she was joined in a “civil union,” was not willing to let go without a fight. Jenkins sued and successfully received the right to unsupervised visits with Isabella, some lasting for weeks, despite the fact that she has no biological or adoptive relationship with the child.
So, if there is a (bleep!) storm, chances are most of it will be of he male bovine variety.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
Thanks for the good read guys, I should just fire-and-forget more threads like this one! It's always a learning experience with you guys!