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2 thoughts on “Fathers legitimatize children”
Actually marriage legitimizes children. Someone can be a father of a legitimate or illegitimate child.
Indeed. But marriage
—more that any other factor under heaven —assures the father’s presence in his children’s lives. The article is also not talking about legal bastardy but moral and psychological bastardy. It is the father’s acceptance and acknowledgement of the children, he claims, that legitimizes the children’s self-identity and sets them up for success.