Changing your baby's diaper is just another part of a day in the life of a mom, right? Of course. But now, that daily act could be a much bigger issue for some moms.
Last week, a ruling in the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona determined that any act that involves "intentionally or knowingly" touching a child under fifteen's "private parts" would be deemed child molestation - and one of those very acts could be diaper changing. What?!
Essentially, it has to do with semantics. One of the problems in the ruling - which came after a man convicted of molestation appealed the court to interpret that the "touching" part of the ruling require sexual intent. Unfortunately, the court refused and upheld the original language.