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Same Sex Adoption

  • Date Submitted: 03/24/2015 12:49 PM
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Same sex couples, regardless of their race, sexuality and gender, should legally be allowed to adopt children. In fact I would say that homosexuality is becoming more and more accepted and integrated into today’s society, however when it comes to starting a family in a same sex couples household in this society, a problem is posed.
Positively it is stated that one third of agencies would reject a same sex applicant however according to the American government same-sex couples have the same rights as heterosexual couples or single parents to adopt. So why do some people discriminate on same sex couples adopting children in today's world? For instance in Lithuania it is a sin to allow couples of the same sex to adopt it is only in exceptional circumstances that Lithuania would allow adoption of the same sex. On the other hand according to the Williams Institute, as of 2009 "an estimated 20,000 same-sex couples are raising nearly 30,000 adopted children." However there are still states that frown upon same sex adoption, the most restrictive states are Mississippi and Utah, where same sex couples cannot legally adopt at all. In my opinion I believe that same sex adoption should be legal worldwide, it would be much, much better for a child to be adopted by a loving, stable same-sex couple. Than be bounced around in foster care and then spit out and abandoned at 18 with none there to support them through important events in their life.
Without a doubt this problem or issue is one that is proving to be a bigger one than many people most likely would 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...

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