By Hunter Wallace
Last month, we brought you the story of the woman in the Netherlands who is planning to move on with her life by getting married to her dog Travis after the untimely death of her previous husband, her cat Doerack.
This month five people in the Netherlands are having a baby together:
“The idea of a “nuclear family”—white picket fence, a kid or two, friendly golden retriever—has been under siege for a while now. No longer do stories of step-parents or half-siblings shock us, and children being raised by parents of the same gender (so-called “pink families”) are becoming increasingly common. Another new, lesser known family structure that has emerged is that of multi-parenting—or raising a child with more than two legal parents. For instance, a lesbian couple and a gay couple bringing up a child together as a single family, but in separate households.
That’s more or less the family unit that two couples—Jaco and Sjoerd, and Daantje and Dewi—have decided upon. The four have known each other for ten years, and have been considering the possibility of having a child together for about six. That possibility is going to become a reality this week, when Daantje gives birth. …”
We know about these things like beastility, Otherkin, cuckholding, and plural families because progressives report on it and boast about it on their own websites like VICE and The Daily Beast.