Debate: Gay adoption
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- Debate: Gay marriage
- Argument: Children do better with mother and father role models
- Argument: Children do not need male/female parent role-models
- Argument: Gay parenting is just as good as straight parenting
- Argument: Straights often "recklessly procreate"; gay adoption is deliberate
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- Argument: Homosexuality would bring the end of the human race
- Argument: The sexuality of parents has no effects on a child's future life
- Argument: Children should not be subjects of a gay adoption experiment
- Argument: Non homosexuals produce bad children too; why alienate gays?
- Argument: Quality of child-rearing in social groups is no criteria for adoption
- Argument: Opponents of gay-adoption must prove heterosexuals make better parents
- Argument: The state should not impose a religious choice
- Argument: If gays are already adopting, they and their children deserve equal rights
- Argument: Children adopted by gays are subjected to homophobia/prejudices
- Argument: Homophobia is wrong so should not be used against gay adoption
- Argument: Gay adoption is better than foster care for children
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- Argument: Lesbian and gay parents are every bit as fit and capable as heterosexual parents and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as children reared by heterosexual parents
- Argument: There is no scientific basis for concluding that gay and lesbian parents are any less fit or capable than heterosexual parents, or that their children are any less psychologically healthy and well adjusted.
- Argument: Children raised by same-sex parents are not more likely to have same-sex orientations themselves.
- Argument: The relevance of causes of sexual orientation to policy is dubious
- Argument: Children raised by gay parents are not more teased
- Argument: Traditional/nontraditional families equally capable of child-rearing