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Gay Adoption

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Gay Adoption
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Homosexuality is becoming more and more accepted and integrated into today’s society, however, when it comes to homosexuals establishing families, a problem is posed. In most states, homosexuals can adopt children like any other married or single adult. There are many arguments to this controversial topic; some people believe that it should be legal nationally, while others would prefer that is was banned everywhere, or at least in their individual states. There are logical reasons to allow gays to adopt children, but for some, these reasons are not enough. The main issue really is, what is in the best interest of the child? This type of problem isn’t really one with causes, effects, and solutions, but one with pros and cons. Like any other adoption situation, a parent prove themselves to be responsible and capable enough to raise a child on their own, or with a spouse.

This problem or issue is one that is proving to be a bigger one than many people most likely expected. In Today’s more liberal society, homosexuality seeing more acceptance than ever before. Homosexuals and heterosexuals alike have parental instincts and are as interested in beginning families and raising children. A family should be based on love and trust, if these two elements are present in a relationship, homosexual or heterosexual, there would be no reason that the environment the couple creates for a child would be bad. Some say the homosexual lifestyl...


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...exual couples and, not necessarily just gays, there are few couples/singles who are interested in adopting disabled kids. Homosexuality is a departure from the state of affairs that are considered “normal” by the American lifestyle; it does not make a gay person any less of a man or a woman who has nurturing and loving instincts. People should not be labeled or defined by a sexual label. There is no need to make one’s sex life public, and what should anyone’s sex life have to do with their ability to raise a healthy, well developed person? A heterosexual person’s sexuality has nothing to do with the qualification process when they are trying to adopt a child, there is no reason this should be true for aspiring gay and lesbian parents.

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