Heard this tune before, mate.Nah, I'm not going to carry on with you.
Sorry, but the truth belongs in schools, not your bigotry and ignorance.I just hope that you guys cease trying to teach in schools that homosexuality his both healthy and normal, but it is not.
be nice if you held your own participation to such a standard.soothsayeronce again, i am forced to reitrate
i just prefer it when its participants go about it with a bit of class and discretion.
I never search the net for data to support my opinions. That data is heavily edited and I generally distrust it. One can find anything one wants to find on the net. Most, IMO are written with an agenda.
I have no agenda; I am just saying that homosexuality makes me sick and it does to most other people too.
Just because the majority is stupid doesn't mean you should be proud to count yourself amongst them. And yes, you have an agenda.I have no agenda; I am just saying that homosexuality makes me sick and it does to most other people too.
If a gay couple have a solid relationship and have the financial capacity to do so, I don't see why they should not be allowed to adopt a child. We all know there are a lot of kids out there who need to be adopted. The same standards should be held for heterosexual partners as well. I don't see what the big deal is.
It looks like science says there is nothing wrong with it. What other possible objections can there be? Are there any papers that say other wise?I conclude that there is no factual basis for claims that the adoption of children by lesbain and gay parents is harmful to children. On the contrary, there is every reason to believe, based on research findings, that children of lesbian and gay parents develop as successfully as do children of heterosexual parents. For this reason, and in view of the needs of children who are involved, I argue that for purposes of adoption proceedings, sexual orientation of propspective parents should be considered irrelevant.
 2 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 191 (1995)
Adoption of Minor Children by Lesbian and Gay Adults: A Social Science Perspective; Patterson, Charlotte J.
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