The Myth of Gay Adoption
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The paper argues that the myth of the danger of gay adoption is propagated by elements of the religious right, which have introduced a host of complications and difficulties to the process, and have tried to ban gay adoption in some states, generally without success.
From the Paper:"A myth is abroad in the nation. The myth is that gay parents do not make suitable couples for adoption. During the 2004 election cycle, many states adopted measure prohibiting marriages between persons of the same sex. As part of that same anti-gay campaign, the opponents of rights for gays and lesbians raised a variety of claims about gays and lesbians being not merely unsuitable as potential adoptive parents, but entirely "immoral." (Scully; Dobson) Overwhelmingly, the opposition to adoption by gays and lesbians is based on religious arguments. This is shown by the reasons given for advocating..."
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