A child custody case in Kentucky shows the extremes of the so-called progressive movement.
The case before the state Supreme Court involves two lesbians and a 9-year-old girl. One birthed the girl through in vitro fertilization.
But the women split up and the mother married a man and has refused custody rights to her former partner.
Kent Ostrander of the Family Foundation of Kentucky calls the legal case a sad story "that has been engendered by the cultural shift and slide into redefining marriage, redefining sexuality and therefore redefining family."
He says that when the U.S. Supreme Court gave its official stamp of approval to same-gender marriage it basically legitimized such redefinitions.
"In some sense those progressives who are leading the way think we're moving forward, we're progressing," says Ostrander, "when in fact we've taken a u-turn and we're going back in history prior to giving of the Mosaic law."
Ostrander refers to Lot, and Sodom and Gomorrah, and local men wanting to ravage male guests.