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Adoption by homosexual couples: soon also possible in Poland?

Adoption by homosexual couples: soon also possible in Poland?


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In 1991, at the request of the European Parliament, the World Health Organization (WHO) removed homosexuality from the list of diseases in the International Classification of Diseases and Disorders. Since then, homosexuality is no longer widely treated. Legalization of sexual relationships began in Denmark in 1986. Today it is possible in 12 countries, a year ago homosexual relationships were legalized in France.

The photo shows a gay couple with surrogate children

In March 1993, the European Parliament ordered all member countries to fully equate the rights of homosexual and heterosexual persons. Especially in terms of equalizing the age of admissibility of sexual relations. The next step was the desire to enable all couples, including homosexual adoption of children.

February 4 is scheduled to vote in the European Parliament on the so-called Lunacek report (from the name of its author Ulrike Lunacek, an Austrian MEP from the Greens). This report is intended to equalize the rights of homosexual and heterosexual persons, enable the conclusion of relationships, the adoption of children and work in teaching positions. Opponents of the report indicate that anti-discrimination policy is hypocritically used to privilege some citizens. Some of them claim that "society can be convinced of everything under the pretext of tolerance and equal rights." What's the truth?

One of the organizers of the protest in Poland - Pierre Kostrzewski, a graduate of the Paris Sorbonne and business studies in China, emphasizes: "Nobody discriminates against homosexual, intersex or bisexual persons, but they cannot obtain rights and privileges that no other citizen possesses. Under the pretext of non-discrimination, the Lunacek report really wants to put these people above the law, give unlimited freedom of action, in particular in the area of ​​contact with children through adoption, impact on the school curriculum free from any social control, staffing as educators and teachers. This cannot be agreed! "

Tomorrow (2 February, 12.00 Plac Zamkowy, Warsaw) opponents of introducing new regulations are planning protests in Warsaw. Similar manifestos have already taken place in many countries in Europe. They are preventative. Their purpose is to block further activities in the field of enabling homosexual couples to adopt children.

And you, what do you think? Are you in for the adoption of children by homosexual couples? Is "no"?

An interesting statement by a psychologist about the education of children by homosexuals.
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