Same Sex Adoption Persuasive Essay

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Have you ever wondered why you are the way you are? Maybe you thought,” Why are my eyes blue or why am I so tall?” So you look at your parents and realize it is inherited. Kids that are adopted can’t figure out why there eyes are a certain color or why there height is the way it is. So the only thing they can do is wonder and ask questions. According to Childwelfare.gov “Adoption is the social, emotional, and legal process in which children who will not be raised by their birth parents become full and permanent legal members of another family.” Although adoption is a great thing that gives many children homes, there is many different options. The different options of adoption is same sex adoption, closed adoption, and same sex adoption. There…show more content…
This adoption process is most common because some people actually want to have that bond with the biological parents. This process can create a greater control in decision making process because you can see were this child is coming from and meet the family on how this child was raised just based off meeting the parents. This adoption is better among all other adoptions. According to FindLaw.com “the open adoption process allow adoptive parents to better answer their children’s questions about who their birthparents are.” To America this is a good thing because kids now a days are very mature and they want answers specially when they are teased and tormented about being adopted. The bad part about being in an open adoption process is when the adopted parents feel to be a threat, fearing that the birthparents will intrude. This is a situation most people feel simply because they want the biological parents just popping in their lives. Some adopted parents don’t mind it but others do. Another problem open adopted parents have is that the biological parents might want their child returned to them. FindLaw.com said “Adoptive parent may worry that the child will be confused over who his or her “real” parents
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