The Right to Privacy
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As a parent, you have a fundamental right to care for your children. Specifically, you have the fundamental right to make decisions surrounding the control and custody of your children. In order for the government to restrict this right, it would have to articulate a compelling government interest. For example, the government has the right to remove children from their home if they have clear and convincing evidence that shows the children have been neglected or abused by their parents. Under these circumstances, removing the children from their home and depriving their parents of their custodial rights would be necessary to ensure the children were safe and protected.

Next, let’s look at the rights related to your personal sexual relationships.

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