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1st French baby of 2013 registered to 2 mothers

Catholic World News - January 04, 2013

The first birth recorded in France in 2013 was that of a child registered to two mothers. The announcement of that fact has lent new vigor to the current debate in France about the legal recognition of same-sex marriage.

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  • Posted by: aclune9083 - Jan. 04, 2013 11:05 PM ET USA

    Begs the question of who the father is. Does he have any rights to visitation? Any financial obligations? Which one of the mothers pays alimony when the divorce occurs? This is just the tip of the iceberg that surrounds this tragic, ridiculous affront to God's plan.

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