Just before the 5 p.m. deadline on Friday, the attorney representing a Topeka man who provided sperm to a same-sex couple to become pregnant filed an appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court asking justices to direct a district court judge to block genetic testing of the man.This is all about finding a man and bleeding him for case, when the lesbians go on welfare.
The order sought, called a writ of mandamus, also would instruct Shawnee County District Court Judge Mary Mattivi to conduct a Ross hearing to determine whether genetic testing would be in the best interests of the 4-year-old girl born as a result of the sperm provided to the couple.
A mandamus orders a public agency to perform an act required by law when it has neglected or refused to do so.
Topeka attorney Benoit Swinnen represents William Marotta, who gave the sperm to the couple.
"The state's claim that this action is merely a collection action for child support belies the reality that the child's emotional and physical well-being is being ignored," Swinnen wrote in the motion."The state is shopping for a person that can afford to pay and is hanging on the storefront a sign saying 'Males Only' that is reminiscent of discrimination patterns that society no longer tolerates."
When a gay male couple figures out a way to have a kid, at least they take responsibility for him. The lesbians appear to be much more likely to freeload off the welfare system or the sperm donor.