Essays on Gay Adoption

Gay Fathers Study

At the start of the twenty-first century, individuals are deciding to live their lives and raise their children in families that 50 years ago would not have been deemed as families (Lubbe, 2007). Societal factors such as adoption, divorce, migrant fathers, and HIV/AIDS have all contributed a part in influencing the manners in which non-traditional...
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Gay Liberation Movement Success

Introduction Still today, at least 40 countries worldwide have laws that criminalize same-sex relationships (Marks, 2006). This may be surprising for many people in the western world, although the situation could be the same if important gay rights movements like the Gay Liberation Movement (GLM) in the U.S.A would not have happened. The Stonewall Riots...
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LGBT Adoption And Fostering

The question of adoption or fostering by LGBT whether living with a partner or not remains controversial. There is one view that such applicants should not be excluded from consideration providing they can satisfy an agency that they can provide a home in which a child’s interest would be safeguarded and promoted. Others take the...
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