My wife and I were told by a preacher, (about a year ago), that he was basically cool with the fact that we were a lesbian couple raising our son, but he was insistent that we shouldn't hug or hold hands or anything in front of our son. Neither one of us went for that babble & he just couldn't wrap his mind around our point of view to save his life. But, just for curiosity's sake, what would YOU have said/done about it? Whaddya think?
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