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Russia should not stop all adoptions to Sweden due to the risk of children getting gay parents. The reason for this is because there is nothing wrong with having gay parents. Gay parents are just like straight parents except for the fact that they have a different sexual preference. Sexual preference has nothing to do with raising a child.
No, Russia should not stop all adoptions to Sweden due to the risk of children getting gay parents, because gay parents are better than living in an orphanage. Conditions for orphans in Russia are terrible. Any Russian orphan, given complete information and a choice, would opt for two gay parents. It is not such a bad thing and Russia should not stop adoption to Sweden.
The Russian government should continue adoptions to Sweden just because such children can become a burden to Russian authorities. Plus, all children deserve a loving home no matter who the parents are. Russia's hardline government needs to stop being so closed-minded about gays and actually do what is best for the Russian people.
Whether or not people are gay has no determination on whether or not they will be good parents. If a child is up for adoption they need parents and they should go to the parents that provide the best home no matter their sexual orientation. To take that opportunity away from a child is wrong.
Russia's laws against homosexuality are inhumane and they should not be supported. Russia should still allow people from Sweden to adopt Russian orphans even if they are homosexual, because orphans need parents. The fair and humane thing to do is not to be prejudiced against people because of their sexual orientation.
No, Russia should not stop all adoptions to Sweden on the grounds that the children may be adopted to gay parents. Russia's anti-homosexuality laws are getting out of hand and to suggest that Russia should deny a child loving parents on the grounds of homosexuality is quite frankly a heartless thing to do.
I believe that sexual orientation is ingrained and cannot be forced or "cured" so placing an adopted child with a family will not alter his or her sexual orientation. Any Russian orphans adopted are likely to become naturalized citizens of their adopted country and therefore cannot cause distress to those in Russia opposed to homosexuality.