Florida Lifts Ban on Gay Adoption

Martin Gill with adopted son.

The gay community of Florida is assuredly pleased with the state’s decision to lift the ban on homosexuals adopting.  According to Huffington Post, The law has been in place since 1977 and is the only law of its kind in the nation, according to court records. Now the overturning comes as quite a shock seeing as how this nation puts gay marriage prohibition above adoption.  If Florida is the only state with a ban on gay adoption, why does it make a difference if they get married or not?

What’s more permanent, having kids or having a spouse? Unfortunately, the rate that black children in this country are adopted is so low that they don’t care who raises them as long as they are offering a loving home.  But, what type of screening process determines the stability and love in the home. Remember a diabolical gay man at Duke University we wrote about in July 2009?  Well, that bastard, Frank M. Lombard, was assistant director for Duke University’s Center for Health Policy and he was selling his black son online. Even at that time the issue of lax adoption policies was an issue for us. That piece of trash even told the task force agent in a text how easy it was for him to adopt a black child.

The idea of men raising children is unusual in itself.  No disrespect to men out there doing the right thing, but we know that men would rather be providers than caregivers.  Right?  So, when two gay males want to adopt a little black boy it’s a little unsettling…love and stability in the home or not.  But, no matter what we may think, it is about to become the norm in Florida.  Read the full story here.

3 thoughts on “Florida Lifts Ban on Gay Adoption”

  1. I think that whoever wrote this article is already missing the point. Typical small mind mentality.
    Your generalizing- I happen to be a gay man, with a partner of 3 years. We are very stable and have a wonderful life. My partner is the provider, he wants to be. I am the caregiver- and thats what I want to be. Ever since I was younger, much younger I knew I wanted to be more of a homemaker. And I am a wonderful caregiver.To think that only a women is capable or wants to even be the caregiver- your living in the “holy roller” mentality, times are different(sort of)I personally know a lot of straight women who happen to love being providers and focus on that.
    I know if we decided to be parents, we would blow any straight couple out of the water. Hands down. Stop looking at us like were pedophiles(mind you the usual pedophile is a heterosexual male, usually considers themselves to be close to God.)
    Leave the belt, and go get some culture author of this article. Its people who think like you- thats the reason our world is going down the drain. I always say
    “Who cares?”- “the only person that should actually care about gay people and their rights, is someone who is struggling with their own personal issues with it”

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