Every state in the United States allows single people to adopt. As a result, marital status isn't a legal barrier to adopting a child anywhere. At least, not officially. Many adoption agencies and attorneys, however, still perceive the married couple as the ideal choice for the children they place. So sometimes the single man or woman drops to the end of the adoption line when it comes to priorities—depending on who the adoption arranger is. However, this is much less true today than in past years, especially if you're interested in adopting your child from another country.
8 Reasons Why Gay Marriage Should Be Legalized
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Today, I offer an answer to questions about why I am opposed to the idea of gays adopting or teaching children. Several years ago, I began writing columns questioning the so-called gay rights movement. A gay man has the same right I have to marry a woman. At the time I decided to express such criticism of the gay agenda, I was not fully opposed to gay adoption.
The Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People
Of the , same-sex couple households in the United States, , have children. Some people say that children need both a mother and a father to raise them, but there are many others who believe that gender does not matter when parenting. Over the years, the number of children living with LGBT parents has risen tremendously.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by mcmastersteve. Here is a great article that explains the libertarian position on gay adoption.