Among the last overtly sexist laws remaining on the books in this country--and, not so coincidentally, supported by the American Left--are the feminist-inspired, anti-father laws that drive our family courts. Those laws are often in conflict with a natural human desire to be a parent and lead to situations like this one. Who's right? Who's wrong?
I'll tell you one thing. For those of you who are going to jump on the biological father and claim he should do "what's in the best interests of the child", tell me that you'd walk away if someone took away your child at birth and gave him/her to someone else.
I'll tell you another. For those of you who are going to jump on the adoptive parents and say that they shouldn't keep the child from his biological father, you don't know much about the love that parents feel for their children--and that love has nothing to do with the blood that runs through their veins.
Who's wrong here? The biological mother, for starters. Oh, and to use a very old saying, the law's an ass.