Hey guys! I know it's been a while. I've been away taking care of grown-up things but I'm back! Thanks to all who have remembered me! Right now I'm on a journey to health and future baby-making, so you'll see me hanging out either in the Extended Discussion or Health and Fitness whatever it's called forums. My son Og is turning 2! He has gotten so big, and is learning SO MUCH!
My opinions may have changed since you last saw me. I am: Pro-choice, Egalitarian, Anti-Theist Atheist. Yes, that's right, I hate religion with the fire of a thousand fiery suns! Not the people, the people are what come from the belief system, and can vary, but the root of it remains what I feel to be harmful and intolerant. I am fierce about social justice for everyone in the LGBTQ* community and a womans right to choose.
I'm still a furry, now a Brony, and I'm still crazy obsessed with the wrong-doings of the money-making cult of $cientology! Oh, and I still do art commissions for gold and items!
Now that we've been reintroduced: LOOK AT ME & MAH BABAY!!!
I have to agree. If the father is more qualified then he should be the one to get custody. I also posted something that explained why the mother gets custody most often, I can find it again if you like. It stated that basically the reason for it was because more often than not the mother has been the primary caregiver since birth, and the bond between mother and child is stronger as a result. Its a factor that is looked at in divorce hearings. How much of the actual raising the father has contributed to.