NOTE: Many of the books, encyclopedias, and journals listed elsewhere on this site include multiple viewpoints on various issues of homosexuality. The resources listed below are specifically focused on providing two or more contrasting sides. Other resources with views opposing homosexuality and gay rights can usually be found by searching for the phrase "homosexual agenda" in general periodical databases and on the Internet via Yahoo, Google, etc. Search this Guide Search. Congress; U.
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Contemporary debate surrounding adoption involves issues of family preservation, identity, and children's needs. Should Adoption Policies Be Changed? Rating: not yet rated 0 with reviews - Be the first. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item
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The Purpose of These Pages Awareness of adoption issues, even as they impact one's own adoption-affected status, is often a process that spans many years of an adoptee's and relinquishing parent's life. Because the process of closed adoption was designed to be an adversarial one, the Opposing Viewpoints pages are for individuals who wish to have an open dialog to better understand and clarify views that seem to be in opposition. They will be categorized according to a predominately "pro-adoption" view or "anti-adoption" view, although each may have considerable "middle ground.
Mary Fallin of Oklahoma signed a bill on Friday that gay rights groups said would allow private adoption agencies to discriminate against L. Critics of the law , which also applies to private agencies working in foster care, said it was unconstitutional and harmful to children. Supporters said it would ultimately help children by protecting the agencies that work to place them. Fallin, a Republican, said in a statement on Friday that the law did not ban same-sex adoption or foster care in Oklahoma. Fallin also vetoed a bill on Friday — one that would have eliminated the need for training and permits to carry a gun in public.