|Should homosexual couples have the same right to adopt as heterosexual couples?
Yes,they should!Homosexuals are still people.I can't believe people are going to do the exact same thing like that whole civil movement stuff.I can't believe we're actually going to segregate because of sexualities.
No matter if they're straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual, asexual, queer, interracial, polysexual,or pansexual,we're all human.And if you can't accept that,then you're not accepting humanity and it's imperfections.No one can be the same.Some of us aren't attracted to the opposite gender.Some of us are attracted to the same gender.Some of us are attracted to both.Some of us are attracted to none.Some of us don't even believe in gender.
What's the difference if a child has two dads or two moms?What's the difference?Some kids have different experiences than normal children.In the end,we learn from all of it.Why should we segregate unique experiences?Unique experiences spark unique ideas making it a better place.
Why push out the people who have a different view?We can make the world a better place with better ideas from different people.We just got to understand that.
Yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes!!! Yes! My uncle is gay, and my father is bi. Gay people are so nice and lovely. I hate that some people treat them differently, we're all the same in the end. Having people close to me that are homosexual means I've never had a problem with it, I accept it because they should be able to do what they want, just like anyone should be able to do. Even if people close to me weren't homosexual I know I'd still accept it because since I was young I was taught to not treat anyone differently because it's up to them what they do with their lives. People who are homosexual should have the same rights as heterosexuals, I've always thought that. And not only should they have the right to adopt, they should have the right to legally marry, be accepted by everyone, and they should be able to live their lives and be with whoever they want.
all people should have the same civil and human rights.
Couples in a healthy relationship should be allowed the right to adopt. That's the only criteria I subscribe to.
I see no reason why not. I believe that a homosexual couple are just as capable of providing a loving and caring home for a child as any other family.
I would much rather children be in a loving home than not, so I am ok with homosexual couples adopting kids, if the alternative is that these kids don't have any parenting at all.
However, I do believe that kids are born male and female, and are naturally boys and girls on their own. They behave like boys and girls on their own, without any influence. Not to mention the natural different reproductive organs. So, I think there must be special care given to the children to explain that in all living animals there requires a male and a female for life of the species to continue.
Sure. A family is a family, the make-up isn't important, it's the values and support that count.
It is repugnant to the very essence of humanity that unreasonable discrimination is allowed to keep a happy home and a loving family from a child.
Yes. No have problems for this.
I do not believe so, although I am in favour of single people being able to adopt in certain circumstances, irrespective of their sexual persuasion. I believe ultimately the best environment for any child to be brought up in is with a Mother and Father; the value of a child living with, relating to, and experiencing both complementary feminine affection and male affection should be paramount. At the same time I recognize that their are exemplary single parents who through separation or widowhood have had to bring up children on their own and thus as a 'next-best' option, certainly preferable to being an orphan, I would be in favour of a single person adopting. However I would argue that a single person in a homosexual relationship should not be treated as equivalent to heterosexual marriage especially with regards to family experience.
The main thing that the family could bring up the child qualitatively. If homosexual pair can prove it - that why and isn't present
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