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Old Dec 3, '11, 8:28 pm
OrdinaryMelkite OrdinaryMelkite is offline
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Default Re: Two lesbians raised a baby and this is what they got.

Originally Posted by Odell View Post

This video has been spreading like wildfire on Facebook. I'm afraid we are in a world of trouble. But I would like to know what some of you have to say?

I would say why dos t the dad get any credit? Yea the kids smart that would be more along the lines of genes wouldn't you think? Two woman raising a boy has nothing to do with how smart the kid turned out to be.
Anyway I think the underline issue is the video seeks to silent those who claim children are better off being raised by a mother and father. I semply would just say he has a right to his father and even though he turned out to be a fine young man. He was still deprived of his basic right to be raised by a father.

Idk this is a tough one?
I agree with you. Just because the guy has so far "turned out allright" does NOT mean he hasn't been affected by his lack of male parenting. Or that he may not have problems with his own children (if he has any) in the future.

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