By Rachel Stewart Johnson. This fall, Michael George and Chad Lord mark a milestone: the fifth anniversary of their quest to adopt a newborn. After varied efforts and thousands of dollars, the married couple from Washington, D. Two spaces in their home sit unused: One is a nursery, fully furnished. The other is "Grandma's apartment," a basement unit the couple built for George's mother, who intends to move in when a baby arrives. Another way has been to work on the one task that might hasten the day they become fathers: trying to attract the notice of a birthmother who will choose them to parent her child.
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No one knows how many adopters are gay or lesbian, although some agencies openly welcome gay, lesbian, and bisexual applicants. It may well be that more gays and lesbians are seeking to adopt than in past years, as societal acceptance increases. But many people still don't reveal their sexual orientation to others, often because they fear that they'll be turned down by agencies despite what they say or because they want to retain their privacy. Most state laws don't address whether gays may or may not adopt. Only one state—Florida—specifically bans homosexuals from adopting children.
The end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century are prominent in the evolution and empowerment of the LGBTQ movement. In the last several decades, the movement made great strides to promote human rights for members of the LGBTQ communities in many countries in the world, with the most prominent progress having been made in Western Europe and the USA Reamer, One of the most socially polarizing issues regarding LGBTQ rights are the rights for the adoption of children, which are heavily opposed by various conservative, political, and religious groups. The majority of these groups are motivated by prejudice and opinions that homosexuals and homosexual couples are unnatural, ungodly, and inferior to heterosexual couples. However, some of the opposition lies in the realm of sociological and scientific issues.