Although all fifty states allow gay adoption, adoption agencies tend to frown upon the decision. Gay couples should be able to adopt because it is a great way for children to get adopted, they are just as good as heterosexual parents, and as long as they meet parent criteria, why shouldn’t they? One reason why gay couples should be able to adopt is because they are just as good as heterosexual parents. In the article (Gay Parents Better Than Straight Parents? What Research Says) a psychologist at Clark University who researches gay parenting was interviewed and said “Gay parents tend to be more motivated, more committed than heterosexual parents on average, because they chose to be parents.” This proves that gay couples should be able to adopt because the more motivated parents, the better.
There is a solution to this problem. Gay adoption. There is a rising amount of open homosexual couples everywhere and most of them would love to have kids, but it’s still illegal for homosexual couples to adopt children in some areas of the U.S., let alone the world. All across our country, and in other countries, there are children awaiting adoption and eager parents who would like to welcome those children into their homes but are banned from doing so. These parents have done nothing wrong and possess the same skills and resources as other potential parents, and yet they are not allowed to give a child everything he or she needs, love, protection, and security.
Individuals believe that if children were raised by homosexual parents that it would corrupt the child into believing that everyone is gay or lesbian later on in life. As for the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP), they ran tests and revealed that the majority of the sex parents are "more tolerant of diversity and more nurturing toward younger children than children whose parents are heterosexual" (Hirsch, Alan, and Brad Sears). For raising a child, homosexuals seem to understand how to grow children into better adults; by growing them like plants, they have to dig their roots or their morals and principles into the foundation of their life to understand who they are and how to act. Children that are being raised around discrimination towards their parents takes a lot out of the parents by showing their children the right way and how to treat others as
Kids today are learning about sex earlier and earlier. The biggest problem is: much of the information they're getting is wrong. I cannot begin to tell you the incorrect and sometimes crazy things I've heard from my friends about sex, and much of this was when I was in college. That's why it's important for parents to talk to their kids about safe sex. That way, they get correct information from a reliable source.
Many people who are not homosexually orientated have the misconception that being homosexual means you are mentally ill, and this is why homosexuals are ashamed of their orientation, even though it is adopted naturally. This study will benefit students (and all others) from the queer community who have been discriminated against by other students and even lecturers and staff members at their campus. They will benefit, as people who aren’t part of the queer community, will become aware of how negatively these students are affected, and see how it omits unity and acceptance in a country that has been run democratically for the past twenty years. This study aims to identify what discrimination against homosexuals is, the reasons as to why this type of discrimination exists within colleges and universities of South Africa, how victims are affected and how their academics are influenced, what policies the various institutions of study may have, and also possible solutions to this issue. This proposal may also enable the government and campus management teams (who set up policies) to identify whether there are strategies that require improvement, and in doing so, this will allow for corrective action to be taken by
The Impact of Single Parenting For some individuals, the word family represents two heterosexual parents. In the present time, however, a family can consist of various individuals: heterosexual parents, homosexual parents of either gender, or single parents. Single parenting has become more prominent during the last few decades. There are also various types of single parenting; some of them are caused by the death of a partner, by separation or divorce, or by a single parent adoption. Although single parenting is admirable, this type of family structure has some negative effects on the children.
She does not agree with that, but claims that it is in some way more permissive. In the United States, older couples and single adults are often rejected by adoption agencies. For them, the clear solution is to search for adoption agency in foreign countries that will listen to them with more sympathy and find a common path. In addition, the relation of child
ACLUs website states “Last year only 20,000 of the 100,000 foster children in need of adoption were adopted, including children adopted by single people as well as married couples. Our Adoption and foster care policies must deal with reality or these children will never have stable and loving homes.” (“ACLU”) Most members of society feel as though gay couples cannot be good parents even if they tried to be although other findings from ACLU conclude, “Good parenting is not influenced by sexual orientation. Rather, it is influenced most profoundly by a parent’s ability to create a loving and nurturing home—an ability that does not depend on whether a parent is gay or straight.” (“ACLU”) A child that is naturally born to a family does not get to choose if their mother or father decides to live their “true” sexual
One of the most famous is NoH8 and LBGT. Many people fight against homophobia and biphobia and I believe that we are slowly winning. Personally, I believe that if everyone is educated about homosexuality, bisexuality and any other sexual-identifiers, then the hate will lessen. I have also found that it helps if the people understand that we are people too, with feelings, hopes, dreams and aspirations just like them. We have more similarities with homophobic people than differences and I believe that this is easy to see and therefore that this problem will most like be solved by the nest century.
The data doesn’t vary significantly across groups. The positive reaction parents might be the reason why a lot of students are not pressured even though they are pursuing better grades. This night also be the reason why even though the students are pressured, they take the pressure positively. This chart is all about the student’s reaction to their parent’s reaction when their grades get lower. The chart shows that 17 of the students give thank their parents, 34 study harder and 14 explain themselves.