Heather Has Three Parents// two lesbian mothers, one gay sperm donor father, and they are all fighting over her…

I'd be crying too if this crazy lot were my parents...

I'd be crying too if this crazy lot were my parents...

I found this shocking, but not-so-shocking, story over at the blog Jennifer Roback Morse. This is for the GLBT activists who think that their distorted versions of “families” are a benefit to society and children…

The tangled web of homosexual parenting has resulted in a Canadian court ruling that means a child could have three or four legally recognised parents. The players in the court case are a lesbian couple, a gay man (who is married to his partner), and the child born to one of the women using the man’s sperm. The man was known to the women and deliberately chosen as the donor. A contract was signed by the three adults before the child, a girl, was born in 2002, setting out his rights as a “co-parent” including regular access as well as full custody if both women were to die. It also included a promise to try for a “three-way” adoption, which was never followed through.

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5 thoughts on “Heather Has Three Parents// two lesbian mothers, one gay sperm donor father, and they are all fighting over her…

  1. This is what the mess over single parenting, same sex marriage and same sex parent adoption has led this country – to an intractable problem that destroys the meaning of family, marriage, and ultimately takes its toll on the children.

  2. Oh my well it worked, she looks sooo sad! I can’t imagine what the “real” baby is going through being tossed around like a salad with no real security. Talk about having trust issues, she will never be secure in that “family”.

  3. Lisa,

    I completely agree. I feel so sad for this little girl. It almost seems like gay and lesbian parents who adopt or who have children through other fertility methods don’t even think about the children. They just selfishly say, “I want a child, I want to have a family” and just as in this situation, there is not forethought to how it might affect the child, or how that child won’t have a ‘real’ family at all, despite having stand in parents.

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