The debate "Gay people should be aloud to adopt children" was started by
July 5, 2019, 9:12 am.
63 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 22 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
JDAWG9693 posted 4 arguments, Allirix posted 1 argument, Nemiroff posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
Manuel posted 4 arguments to the disagreers part.
MADHURA, Allirix, historybuff, Nemiroff, sk25, JDAWG9693, varsha, Only_tani_123, romeroa251, YonkiMonoso, GotWood, boispendaddy, Kiowa, jennalyse, whackamole1, Zsheaffer, Repent_4_The_End_Is_Near, Sleepless, HusamAli, CelestialXXXX, codyray16, Batman, marky, Shrivali_16 and 39 visitors agree.
Deat, pankaj1407singh, Communistguy, Manuel, jrardin12, Dreezy, Delta_Force01 and 15 visitors disagree.
I'm agree now. Yes that's true, there so much unexpected kids and parents who don't want kids and this is great solution. This is very good argument.
what does not being able to reproduce that have to do with adoption? we have extra unwanted kids, this seems like the perfect solution.
also the question wasnt whether they can make new kids, but how well they can raise kids.
Yes, hommosexual is not natural, and how can it be natural if hommosexual is more, there are fewer kids, out will die the world.
what part of our modern lives are natural. if a kid has 2 parents who both bring in an income, or have 1 that stays home with them and pays attention. what difference does their sex make?
Homosexuality is unnatural? Because several species would beg to differ. Several studies show that many species in nature act in a homosexual manner
But I think that's not normal, and you can't nothing do with that
Also, on a more anecdotal level, I have two friends with homosexual parents (separate set of parents) and they turned out "normal."
Evidence? As far as I've seen, all the studies show that the children do grow yo be "normal"
That kid won't be normal when he grow up would you be normal if you had two daddy's at childhood?
Maybe they think traditional maternal and paternal figures are required for a child's development?
Why do people disagree?