A Question

H/T, Jill at Anglican Mainstream

By Richard Littlejohn, Mailonline

Just a thought, but if Harriet Harman reckons that it takes a man and a woman to run the country, why does she also believe that two men are perfectly capable of bringing up a baby without a mother?


1 Comment on “A Question

  1. I can’t answer for Ms Harman, but it occurs to me that it happens from time to time that one man has to bring up a baby without a mother, for instance if the mother has died, etc. I don’t suppose most people would regard this as an ideal situation, but as far as I know no one has tried to forbid it either. Would two men be worse than one?
    This is, I think, not the same question as whether the men ought to be living together.

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