A courageous family court judge in Kentucky recently released an order stating that he won’t be hearing adoption cases involving same-sex couples because he believes these adoptions are never in the best interests of the child.
In a case that is expected to cause headaches for proponents of same-sex adoption, a married same-sex couple living in Glastonbury, Connecticut will go to trial after several of their adopted children accused the men of sexually abusing them.
In spite of the inroads it is making in some state legislatures, one of the country’s foremost authorities on same-sex attraction says decades of social science research has found that children are harmed by homosexual parenting.
By Susan Brinkmann
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to two unmarried men who tried unsuccessfully to force the state of Louisiana to change their adopted son’s birth certificate to show that he had two fathers.