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the interests of a child, and not the prejudices of a parent

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As sad reality is that we've taken intolerance to

the level of intolerance itself. With so many children wanting for adult nurturing, I can't see how eliminating these folks (or those of their thinking) is going to be beneficial. I suppose it could become difficult if the child they were rearing turned out to be gay but that would be a bridge that could be crossed later if needed. I wish them well and applaud their taking this matter to the court.

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They were Foster Parents before

"The couple, who have four grown-up children of their own, first became foster parents in 1996 and provided weekend respite care for 18 children over the next four years.

They gave up fostering when a catering business they ran became too time-consuming."

So, they were suitable in 1996 and helped 18 children through fostering. Now they are unsuitable.

Mad, mad world.

Mark

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