I thought it was amusing how they were direct in their questioning of the 'legitimacy' of the child.
Illegitimacy is the status that was once commonly ascribed to individuals born to parents who were not married. - Wikipedia
Think Finland is bad in this regard? The situation is worse in the other Scandinavian countries:
In late 2005, 21% of families in Finland consisted of cohabitating couples (all age groups). Of couples with children, 18% were cohabitating. Of ages 18 and above in 2003, 13.4% were cohabitating. Generally, cohabitation amongst Finns is most common for people under 30. Legal obstacles for cohabitation were removed in 1926 in a reform of the Finnish penal code, while the phenomenon was socially accepted much later on among non-Christian Finns. - Wikipedia
In Denmark, Norway and Sweden, cohabitation is very common; roughly 50% of all children are born into families of unmarried couples, whereas the same figure for several other Western European countries is roughly 10%. - Wikipedia