Turns out that being a parent and having gay and lesbian friends isn’t harmful to your children! Glad we needed the Georgia Supreme Court to make that declaration. AJC: “The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday threw out a judge’s order that prohibited children in a divorce case from having any contact with their father’s gay and lesbian friends. The ruling was hailed by gay rights groups who said the decision focuses on the needs of children instead of perpetuating a stigma on the basis of sexual orientation. The state high court’s decision overturned Fayette County Superior Court Judge Christopher Edwards’ blanket prohibition against exposing the children to their father’s gay partners and friends. ‘Such an arbitrary classification based on sexual orientation flies in the face of our public policy that encourages divorced parents to participate in the raising of their children,’ Justice Robert Benham wrote.”
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The mother in the case who made that charge should lose custody.
The funny thing is, that although most people would hate to admit it, in GA this is a progressive step forward.
@galefan2004: in Georgia? I’m amazed that the court reached that conclusion.
And the Georgia high court ruling was UNANIMOUS too! I identify with what this gay Dad went through, and am so happy for him, his children, and his partner. Hopefully some day, here in South Carolina, my own case will be finally settled with the same kind of common sense! The ex-wife’s claim is the same . . . that exposing my daughter and son to my homosexual lifestyle, my “lovers” (as if there are multitudes of them), and my gay friends is harmful and indoctrinates our children into the same orientation.
Yeah, right! My 11 year old son is so affected, he wants to live with his Dad. My 19 year old daughter is so traumatized by her Dad, that she dates guys, and is joining the Air Force. Just like her Dad!
Congratulations to Eric Morgerson! You deserve every bit of parenting time you can get, and your children need you!
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