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Welcome Home Baby? Essay

863 words - 4 pages

In this time where the science made miracles possible, and what in years ago was look to be impossible now is possible, for this reason is acceptable and respectable when a traditional married try a different forms of became a parents, there are many treatment to solve this issue, fertilization, hormones, etc. but what happened when all the sources are exhausted; the possibility to adopt a child who need a family can be one of the best options and the most valued accomplishment for this married couple. In America and other countries the number of children waiting for the opportunity to be adopted by a family is immense, they waiting for someone to rescue them, hoping for love and safety before is too late.
Adopting a child is an option for people who for some reason can’t have babies by their own; I am not talking just for traditional couples, but I am talking for people how no married are and couple to the same sex. As we reading in The New York Times, Arkansas is one of the first states in allow, unmarried couple, and gay couple to be eligible to be a adopter or foster parents “Children need loving homes. Prejudice shouldn't stand in the way of that. So it is welcome news that a state judge in Arkansas has struck down a pernicious 2008 state law that barred even qualified same-sex couples and other unmarried couples living together from serving as adoptive or foster parents” for some people the idea to place a child on a same sex family or unmarried families is not the best option for this children, this assumption is ridiculous and insane at the same time, however what is better for this children ‘growing up as a merchandise’? Hoping finds a home before they turn a certain age and don’t qualify for adoption, or have a stable family.
For years many people travel to the other countries to adopt children, because took less time and less money and the laws were more flexible, sometimes have a child in a home took no more of sis week. In contrast with America, where you have to confront a bureaucratic, and intrusive interrogations about your finances, relationship, physical and emotional health before you can have your child. “These days age limits, escalating fees, redundant legal procedures, repeated delays and long waiting lists can discourage couples that try to adopt” In 2010 the number of children from across the word adopted from American people are 11,058 in contrasted to 527 children from foster care in America.
Now, 2013 for some reason the situation changed,...

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