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Adoption by Gays is all right by me With this being an age when people are supposedly more open-minded why is it that gays are frowned upon or denied when they want to adopt a child Why is it that they are treated unfairly because of their sexual orientation Many Americans are uncomfortable with the idea of gay parents The traditional family has always included a mother and a father However today gay parents are heading more and more families Many use artificial insemination or surrogate mothers because it is extremely difficult for gays to adopt children Although it seems to contradict societys view of the traditional family homosexuals should be allowed to adopt because they deserve equal rights and sexual orientation is not a reasonable determining factor in the qualifications of a parent I saw a television show the other day on this topic A gentleman something very interesting adoption is not a right it is a privilege If this is the case there is still not a rational basis for denying homosexuals the privilege to adopt It is clearly an anti-gay basis Just as blacks and women have fought for equal rights gays are now struggling to do the same It is unfair to single out a group of people with many members who would make great parents Since we live in a world where all men are created equal homosexuals should enjoy the same rights a heterosexuals Gays face discrimination because of their sexual preferences and now must also face the qualifications for adopting In a society where families are often split apart I think it is great that people are so willing to adopt children but it is terrible that this one qualification is stopping o many of them Sexual orientation alone doesnt make a person a good or bad parent Adoption agencies need to stop using this as a factor A family is a family and that is
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