Following the Health Minister Edwin Poots' attempts to keep the ban, the Supreme Court has said gay couples are now free to apply to adopt children (#BREAKINGNEWS: Gay #adoption ban lifted in #NorthernIreland http://t.co/BaipmsAv85)...
Its great that people are starting to realize that LGBT are humans also and want to raise a family like normal people without being judge on who they choose to love in life, the person who truly matters the most is the child not who is loving who.
Winston McKenzie, the right-wing party's culture spokesman, warns LGBT parents would raise their child to be gay (UKIP member says gay adoption is 'child abuse' http://t.co/kd4KjAqo via @gaystarnews...)...
To me it doesn't matter whether a child is adopted by man and women, man and man, or women and women its about the child and what's best for them, doesn't matter where the love is coming from just as long as the child is being taking care of correctly isn't be harmed or in any type of danger who cares about who's taking their time out to love someone else child because they weren't able to.
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