The Ethical Dilemmas Of Gay Parenting

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As I thought of an opposing viewpoint amongst society and the ethical moral values, along with the dilemmas, I decided to write about a problem I feel is still a big issue and that is Gay Parenting. Throughout generations, homosexuality was not only frowned upon, it was also repelled against and condemned. This is based off of traditions and religion acts, centuries and centuries ago, to this present day because it represents an act of sin. We are living in a different century, a time of change, where more and more lesbians and gays are coming out of the closet and openly admitting to having that life-style. Since, there is two men and two women in a relationship it makes it hard for them to reproduce children, unlike it is for …show more content…
But giving the child that experience will not only get them out of the system but allow them to explore and have a future that is better for themselves in the long run. Another fact is they have just as much right to a family, as any other family with straight parents because they also bare shelter, food, the love, the people who care and support them, and a life where they will understand the value and morals of family beliefs. Lastly, there is the commitment to parenthood which brings the successful part of parenting making it achievable to obtain support from others by doing a great job parenting. It just goes to show the concept of a child who needs the care, nurture, and support receives it from a person, not the sexual orientation it represent. By States banning homosexuals from fostering and adopting it is hurting everyone involved. Not giving these children who are left in these unstable caregiving situations, the opportunity to have the love and permanent home for the reason that these men and women are being denied a chance to build a family by state governments because of their discrimination. ("Homosexuals Should Be Allowed to Adopt") In …show more content…
For instance one argument is that homosexuality is grounded in the fact that the basic roles in society are organized around the male and female, father and mother, provider and nurturer, which means that all families need a man and female to complete the values of family and not having the right social structure. It is about the well balanced environment that allows a child to grow better and if the house does not have one of each sex, as a parent there will be no role model. It denies and overlooks the 5th commandment that states "Honor thy mother and father." Another argument is that of the religious beliefs that the bible tells them that it is sinful and the act of the devil. This reason is because the bible says is not appropriate to have a man on man or women on women relationship, for the fact stated in the bible is about "Adam and Eve," a man and a women like the creators sexual design. In the churches eye homosexuality is not normal and is for the sick minded society members. Another opposing idea is that the child or children might grow and be raised confused, especially when one day start their own traditional family making them unaware

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