Protesting Gay Adoption: Let Them Adopt

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One bright and beautiful Spring morning, a buoyant boy was born. Baby Henry had ivory skin with vibrant brown hair and light milk chocolate eyes. He would hold everyone’s hand and smile with a bubbly laugh. Unfortunately, his future will not be as glorious because his parents had him on accident. To Henry’s parent, Henry was nothing but an accident. His parents did not plan on having him, but the mother’s parents were against abortion. His father abandoned him and his mother. However, the mother planned to give Henry up for adoption. Henry’s grandparents went to the local adoption center and they wanted him to have a bright future. They found a couple of doctors that they thought would be perfect parents for Henry. However, they did not read closely that the couple was two male doctors. At the local adoption center, a lovely couple of male doctors were looking to adopt a baby. The agency notified them when they received the news of baby boy being put up for adoption. The couple was ecstatic that they were finally getting the chance to have a child of their own. In their house there was the perfect little baby’s room. The room had a copious amount of toys and books. The adoption center set up an appointment for later that week. Henry went to his grandparents’ home because his mother abandoned him two days after giving birth to him. Finally the day of the meeting came, the male doctors dressed up in order to give the grandparents a good impression. The grandparents with Henry were led to a room where the eager couple patiently waited. The door opens and the grandparents enter. They take one look at the couple with revulsion and left the room. The agent runs after them to ask why they were leaving. The grandparents refuse to allo...

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