Don't miss this, from The Deacon's Bench: the Detacho dollhouse so preschoolers can play with divorced parent-dolls who go from happy to sad, from kissing to unable to kiss (due to the amazing power of magnets which can be turned to repel the dolls when Mommy and Daddy are frowning at each other!), and from an intact family unit to new groups of non-related adults and step-children who have to get along together in the newly arranged divorce-houses. Isn't that special?
No word on when the gay "marriage" option with same-sex partners will be available, but I imagine it's coming soon. At present, the biggest issue with the same-sex houses is probably whether there's a separate little apartment for the two daddies to entertain their extra boyfriends or not.
And, of course, there will have to be the "single-parent-by-choice" model, with a group of rotating partners all of whom want to kiss mommy or daddy, but only for a little while, and who don't split up the house when they leave; they just take their own baggage and/or electronics with them when they go.
I'm pretty sick of a culture in which the mind-bending self-absorption of adults who should know better wreaks havoc and suffering on the lives of children. The "Detacho" dollhouse ought to be called "Children's Hell-on-Earth," but then self-indulgent ex-spouses wouldn't buy it in their sick belief that the children will cope just fine with the shattering of the family, would they?