Wait, what did I just say? I think I’m going to chalk this one under even a stopped clock is right twice a day, but it’s still pretty awesome. And also VERY Texas.
A gay couple decides to have a baby together so they get a surrogate mother, one donates sperm and voila, a baby! One of the men (the sperm donor) then decides that homosexuality is evil and breaks up with the other and marries a woman. The newly god-fearing couple then sue for sole custody of the child while the other poor guy just wants joint custody. This goes on for four years and goes to a jury trial which finally gives the still gay guy full custody of the child!
Texas is apparently the only state in the nation that settles child custody cases by a jury trial. That’s weird. Also, the judge had to kick five jurors off the case because they so strongly opposed homosexuality that they couldn’t make a judgement according to the rule of law and evidence. But still, a Texas jury ruled against a married couple, one of whom is the biological father of the child, and gave sole custody of the child to the still gay father because the jury was convinced that the married couple would not be acceptable co-parents in a joint custody relationship.
See? Texas got it right!