It's presumption of PATERNITY, the HUSBAND Iis presumed to be the FATHER of any children born to the WIFE within the marital relationship. Unless I'm mistaken, men can't get pregnant, nor women produce sperm. So presumption of paternity does not apply. It would be an interesting case if one member of a female SSM, had a momentary intimate moment with say, a male coworker, and later,she found out she was pregnant. So how would that work, particularly if the father stepped forward to seek his parental rights?<quoted text>
In particular, I was referring to the claim that the presumption of parenthood does not apply to same-sex couples. In every jurisdiction, a legally married spouse is presumed to be the parent along with the biological parent.
We both know only one can be the biological parent. The birth certificate can claim both same sex individuals are the parents, but biologically speaking, only one is.Thus they are both listed on the birth certificate, unless one of the spouses contests parenthood.
Now stop pretending that you don't understand these quite simple things. You are only compounding your lying with foolishness. Sound advice, perhaps you should follow it as well.
Grazie mi amicoAnd I know you are better than that. It just doesn't come through in your posts.