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LGBT

Adoption:Spreading
Love to the Less
Fortunate
By: Destiny Watkins
11/20/17
What Does LgbtQ Mean?
Gay- Loving/being with someone of the same sex
Bisexual-Loving/being with someone of the same sex and opposite sex
Transgender- denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal
identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.
Transsexual-a person who emotionally and psychologically feels that
they belong to the opposite sex.
Queer-Someone who is homosexual
Questioning-one's gender, sexual identity, sexual orientation, or all
three is a process of exploration by people who may be unsure.
Intersex- a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that
doesn't seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male.
Asexual-without sexual feelings or associations.
Ally-a person who is a member of the dominant group who works to end
oppression in his or her own personal and professional life by
supporting and advocating with the oppressed population.
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Pros And Cons
Pros: Cons:

The child gets the opportunity to get the The couple may raise confused children
benefits from new parents both in health and especially when they also start their own
financial support. Since there are many family. they will not be aware on how
children that are off for adoption, gay parents opposite sexes are living with each other. It
are able to pour all their love for their child may have a different psychological and
through tangible and intangible things. emotional impact on the life of the child.
Adoptive parents are increasing and are able to Children do not grow in an environment not
lessen the children staying in welfare having well-balanced adults. There are
communities. It is also considered as the best people saying that children should have role
alternative for the foster-care system that models from both sexes.
leaves child wanting to have the same family
or attention given by their foster parents while
temporarily staying with them.
There is no specific reason that shouldn't allow homosexual people, specifically, to
start and raise a family. Raising children and starting a family is something that most
people look forward to in life. Who has the right to take that privilege away from
someone? That's not okay. If you take away the right to raise children from an entire
group of people and name all of them incapable, that is prejudice, discrimination, and
has no place in our democratic society. Also, I hear the argument, "If gay parents
raise kids, won't their kids also end up gay?" That argument makes no sense. With
that logic, all straight parents raised straight kids, and if that were true, nobody
would even be discussing this right now.
Thank You. Any
Questions