Some say homosexuals cannot be parents. Interesting take of that question here.
by Michelle Flannigan, D.C. Metro Area Parenting Examiner
In her decision, Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Cindy S. Lederman ruled that 47-year-old Frank Martin Gill, a gay man, could adopt the two foster children he has raised since 2004. “The best interests of the children are not preserved by prohibiting homosexual adoption,” she said.
The Miami-Dade attorney general’s office says it will appeal the decision. It is likely that the case will end up before the state supreme court, but it will probably not reach the US Supreme Court. In 2005, the US Supreme Court refused to hear a similar case about
Gill’s case forces the question: Is there a legitimate basis to require that children be raised in a heterosexual environment? Surely it must be better for a child to have even one loving parent than none at all, no matter what the parent’s sexual orientation is. An attorney for Gill says that the ruling will open up adoption to more than 1,000
Hey, Ssempa, dont you think we should prohibit Gay adoption in Uganda, and for that matter, in Burundi also? We can forget about the thousand reasons not to...