Kids last in gay debate
THREE separate inquiries in recent years, by the federal Senate and the NSW and Victorian Governments, have condemned the failure of the law to protect the relationship of donor- conceived children with their biological father/ mother.
The inquiries were demanded by these children wanting to find their biological family and to know their full biological identity. They are a generation who have had their relationship with their family broken. They have been denied their birthright.
Why would the Federal Government pass a same- sex marriage law that would, in a similar way, break the biological relationship between a child and his/ her biological mother/ father, brothers, sisters, grandparents?
If same- sex marriage were legislated, will the Federal Government eventually have to apologise for breaking the relationship between yet another generation of children and their biological mother/ father and family?