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Homosexual Marriage and Adoption
Hugo Cedano, September 2011

DEFINITION: Same-sex marriage is marriage between two persons of the same sex or social gender. Supporters of legalrecognition for same-sex marriage refer to as marriage equality.
The conflicts begin over whether same-sex couples should be allowed to enter into marriage, or not. Gay marriage has been legalizedin these next countries: Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Iceland Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Mexico City, and parts of the United States.
Society progressesrapidly, ways of thinking change, social groups grow and everyday people invent more things to add to the world, whether laws, rules, decisions or options. Several of them are crazy; others benefitsome, release a few and hurt many, but...
The gay adoption?
Why take an infant's experience of having a normal family?Gay adoptions is an issue which goes hand in hand with gay marriage because gay couples, after marriage, they want to have children and their only option of having a child is throughadoption. During a long discussion the ministers of the Supreme Court of the Nation decided to validate the marriage and adoption for gay couples in Mexico City by 39 votes in favor, 20against and 5 abstentions, and then from December 2009, allowed adoption to homosexual couples in Mexico City. On August 18, 2010 the Supreme Court ruled that gay couples have the same rightsas heterosexual couples and can legally adopt a child like any other person. Same-sex parent adoption is that a child can be adopted and so legally is a child of a couple of two men or twowomen.
Homosexuality has always existed, but giving them the opportunity for these people to obtain custody of an individual who does not have the mental capacity to choose is wrong....
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