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  • Anyone can be a good parent

    If you have shown you have a stable household and the ability to safely raise a child then why not? Just because your sexual orientation is different does not mean you would be a bad parent.
    There will be check ins and observations with these children so it can be verified they are not being neglected or abused.

  • Necessity is the paramount point

    Simply put, gays have the same basic things we ll do a brain, child rearing instincts, the capacity for love and compassion,
    and the number of orphans and other homeless children is greater that people who will take them in, will we envy children a home on the basis of a minority's bias? I wont.

  • Yes for the sake of the kids

    I think everyone should support gay adoption. I don't think it should be a matter of whether or not you support gay marriage or gays in general. Rather look at the bigger picture, if more gays adopt then there are less kids in need of a good home. I think we should all accept it for the sake of the kids.

  • Yes, it's better than foster care.

    Yes, I am for gay adoption, because no child wants to live in foster care forever. There are some foster parents that are great. There are some foster parents that are not so great. Gay adoption is at least better than a child being left in the system forever. Gay parents are at least helping with needy children.

  • I'm For Equal Rights

    I believe people who identify as homosexual should have just as much right to adopt as those that identify as heterosexual. Adoption processes seek to find proper homes for children so they can be placed in families. I believe families with homosexual parents can be just as good for a child as families with heterosexual parents.

  • I am for gay adoption.

    I am for gay adoption. As long as anyone can provide a caring and loving environment for children then they should be able to do something good and be able to adopt. I do not think that children need a mother and father to be raised correctly. There are plenty of single parents and gay parents raising children.

  • Gay adoption is moral

    Being against the right for gays to adopt children is just plain evil. It robs children of the option of having parents since that means that much less people will be available to adopt the ever increasing amounts of children without families and homes. Being against gay adoption is being anti-family.

  • Not all children raised by gay parents support gay marriage

    Having a mom and a dad is a precious value in its own right and not something that can be overridden, even if a gay couple has lots of money, can send a kid to the best schools, and raises the kid to be an Eagle Scout.
    It’s disturbingly classist and elitist for gay men to think they can love their children unreservedly after treating their surrogate mother like an incubator, or for lesbians to think they can love their children unconditionally after treating their sperm-donor father like a tube of toothpaste.
    It’s harmful to everyone if gay men and lesbians in mixed-orientation marriages with children file for divorce so they can enter same-sex couplings and raise their children with a new homosexual partner while kicking aside the other biological parent. Kids generally want their mom and dad to stop fighting, put aside their differences, and stay together, even if one of them is gay.
    Whether it’s by surrogacy, insemination, divorce, or commercialized adoption, moral hazards abound for same-sex couples who insist on replicating a heterosexual model of parenthood. The children thrown into the middle of these moral hazards are well aware of their parents’ role in creating a stressful and emotionally complicated life for kids, which alienates them from cultural traditions like Father's Day and Mother's Day, and places them in the unenviable position of being called “homophobes” if they simply suffer the natural stress that their parents foisted on them—and admit to it.

  • Not all children raised by gay parents support gay marriage

    The richest and most successful same-sex couple still cannot provide a child something that the poorest and most struggling spouses can provide: a mom and a dad. It’s disturbingly classist and elitist for gay men to think they can love their children unreservedly after treating their surrogate mother like an incubator, or for lesbians to think they can love their children unconditionally after treating their sperm-donor father like a tube of toothpaste. It’s also harmful to everyone if gay men and lesbians in mixed-orientation marriages with children file for divorce so they can enter same-sex couplings and raise their children with a new homosexual partner while kicking aside the other biological parent. Kids generally want their mom and dad to stop fighting, put aside their differences, and stay together, even if one of them is gay. Whether it’s by surrogacy, insemination, divorce, or commercialized adoption, moral hazards abound for same-sex couples who insist on replicating a heterosexual model of parenthood. The children thrown into the middle of these moral hazards are well aware of their parents’ role in creating a stressful and emotionally complicated life for kids, which alienates them from cultural traditions like Father's Day and Mother's Day, and places them in the unenviable position of being called “homophobes” if they simply suffer the natural stress that their parents foisted on them—and admit to it.


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