Sheesh. Who cares ?
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 1 April 2016 at 15:52
I had to go back a couple of posts to find substance to the question.
The discussion arose out of a proposed law for segregation of washrooms.
Somebody takes it seriously.
It may be general discussion is only beginning.
I noticed recently a box on a form for gender identification had four categories.
The fourth was "other" .
I wondered what other could there possible be. Like a category yet unidentified had to be allowed.
Certainly same sex marriages and adoptions and the new look of families means genealogical charts may never be entirely the same again.
When Rosie O'Donnel's marriages failed, three times I think, there must have been three divorces?
I didn't hear.
Are same sex divorces included in national divorce statistics ? If not, why not ?
What is the success rate as opposed to opposite sex marriages? Is there a separate statistic?
Are there child custody battles? How does a judge determine which parent is best for the child or children? What precedents are used ?
I think Rosie kept all her children. I suppose that would be alright. Assuming as a woman, she might have maternal instincts.
How do children fare in a divorce or three?
I expect few, if any, answers to these questions.
Maybe because nobody cares. Or there hasn't been time for problems to emerge.
Or the question might be considered a woman's or a child's issue and therefore of slight significance.
There's a few more answers I don't know.
Who'd a thunk it?