Kim Disney said she had four or five requests from parents seeking “no-contact” court orders against people their kids wanted to date. Their reason: The kids wanted to date someone who was the same sex and their parents were afraid their kids would be influenced to become gay
Kim Disney said she had four or five requests from parents seeking “no-contact” court orders against people their kids wanted to date. Their reason: The kids wanted to date someone who was the same sex and their parents were afraid their kids would be influenced to become gay Photo courtesy of Kim Disney
Kim Disney said she had four or five requests from parents seeking “no-contact” court orders against people their kids wanted to date. Their reason: The kids wanted to date someone who was the same sex and their parents were afraid their kids would be influenced to become gay Photo courtesy of Kim Disney

Moore: Parents sought ‘no-contact’ order for kids, fearing influence to ‘become gay,’ said court advocate

October 12, 2016 4:00 PM

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