When we are born, we are told what is normal and what is abnormal, normal is a family with husband and wife but abnormal is for example a family with two women or two men. Adoption for a heterosexual couple is not something that is very hard to do but when it is a homosexual couple, it is made hard because in some people eyes it is not right. What I think is that if a child can get two parents no matter the sex and they are loved unconditionally and are treated correctly then it is okay for a homosexual or heterosexual to adopt. “What is most important is love. A homosexual couple can give much love to a child, sometimes even more than a heterosexual couple. (Subulica)”
Adoption Statistics have argued that homosexuals raised children will find it more challenging to learn suitable gender roles in the absence of male and female roles. However, I think these children will not be entirely withdrawn of models from the opposite sex to their parents'. They will still have contact with grandparents, teachers, and friends. If a homosexual family can give the same love that, a heterosexual family can give to a child then why not let them adopt and go through the same process that a regular family will go through. They should not have extended out waits trying to complete the family they are trying to have. Everybody deserves to be happy with their sexuality and not be discouraged on how they want to live there life by not being able to adopt.
Banning gay men and lesbians from becoming 'parents' is prejudice, based on sexual orientation, which would not be satisfactory in other circumstances such as employment. Certain states allow the right of gay adoption and other does not. In the state of Kansas Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) law is that it is legal for homosexuals to adopt a child into their families. “Research suggests that sexual identities develop in the same ways [between] children of lesbian mothers as they do among children of heterosexual parents” (LifeLong Adoption). There is no proof that a child that is raised with homosexual parents that they will turn out their parents.
In 2000, nearly 65,000 children lived with same sex parents. In 2012, 110,000 live with gay parents. Of the total amount of children in U.S. households, less than 1% lives with same-sex parents (LifeLong Adoption). Sixteen states in the United States allow joint gay adoption; some of the states that allow it are Arkansas, Colorado, and New Jersey. Other states allow the second parent adoption by law, some states that allow this is California, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. Some people in the states of Alabama, Hawaii, and Rhode Island have done the second parent adoption. However, in Mississippi and Utah, they do not allow same sex adoption at all it is illegal. My own belief that is if the couple can give them a happy home to live in with people that care about them and are nurturing,...