Defenseless children, newborn and teenagers are living today in the market. They wake up every day hoping for compassion and love, for a family, for a home. The foundations provide with clothes, money and food, nevertheless it is not enough. In numerous cases these children are sex traded, vended to international houses of adoptions, isolated, mistreated and in the worst case some of them die.
Orphanages are not homes. It is all about waiting for a day that one family decides to adopt and then they pick you up from a grou...
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...on an orphanage, victim of abuses and isolation; or the side of a gay couple trying to give a creature love and affection. Homophobia cannot create us heartless; everyone deserves a second opportunity, let us stop being fatuous. These children deserve to live and to be love, do not take the opportunity away; lots of of them do not have the same blessing. The world needs more kind people, be one of them.
"LGBT Adoption | Gay & Lesbian Adoption | Infant Adoption." LGBT Adoption | Gay & Lesbian Adoption | Infant Adoption. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 April 2014.
Ahern, Laurie. “Orphanages are no Place for children”. Washington Post. The Washington Post, 9 Aug. 2013. Web. 19 April 2014.
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