Legislating from the bench...

The next conniving step has been taken by the Indiana Court of Appeals which just ruled that one lesbian no longer engaging in sexual relations with another lesbian nevertheless has legal standing to seek visitation rights with her former sexual partner's child. Think about this: {C}the child has no biological connection to Lesbian Number One; and in Indiana, Lesbian Number One and Lesbian Number Two had no legal relationship; still, the Indiana Court of Appeals has declared Lesbian Number One has legal standing for visitation rights with the biological child of Lesbian Number Two.

At this point, the Indiana Court of Appeals hasn't been reduced to the foolishness of awarding custody to former sexual partners, but you just watch. And these guys assure us their rulings are based on the merits of the case.

Actually not. Fearful of their peers judging them to be insufficiently progressive, these judges are legislating morality from the bench.

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and fifteen grandchildren.


Our five year old heard about a man marrying another man. He immediately began laughing and said, "A man marry a man?" He looked around him and said, "How about a man marry a door?" 

He obviously hasn't had the benefit of 12 years of public schools and a university Education

I'd like rights to Mary Lee's beautiful kitchen and living areas, even though we aren't related and I live in another state. Oh, and dibs on your library of books, too. 


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