This article makes me want to vomit.
If you have talked to me at all about this, you know my mixed feelings. Where does the right of the child come into play?
It's kind of the same arguement I have with second hand smoke. Yeah it is the smokers right to smoke and if they choose to do that then great for them, but when does my right to be able to choose where I want to go in public, get more important then a smokers right to choose where they want to go in public?
Obviously, there is no right answer here (for everyone at least), but maybe someday people's eyes will open and these types of challenges can be solved justly.