This week Ontario’s highest court ruled in the case of a five year old boy being brought up by two lesbian parents that the boy’s biological father could also become his legal father thus providing him with three legal parents. But if three parents why not four or five? And what happens if this loving threesome falls apart and one of them sues in an acrimonious divorce? Are there no limits to the permutations and combinations of the 21st century family? And who should be making these decisions?
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