88%
Yes
12%
No
81%
Yes
10%
No
7%
Yes, as long as they pass the same background checks as straight couples
1%
No, and I believe a mother and father family structure is best for the child
1%
No, and adoption agencies should prioritize offering children to straight couples before offering to gay couples
0%
No, and gay couples should not be able to adopt children

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Other Popular Answers

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 @58RBLMZfrom Belfast answered…4yrs4Y

 @8G98NXBanswered…4yrs4Y

If both same sex parents are loving, kind decent people it should not matter what sexual preferences they have. It does not matter whether the parents are a heterosexual or a gay couple. As long as the children are brought up in a safe, loving and nurturing environment.

I also believe children brought up with same sex parents will be have more awareness of the LGBT community and have a better understanding growing up.

 @58F6N9Rfrom Lincolnshire answered…4yrs4Y

Allow children of 15+ to be adopted by same sex couples so they are brought up by straight couples

 @95NYZ42answered…2yrs2Y

 @8X3TPNQanswered…3yrs3Y

Not everyone should have rights to adopt. Gay or not they should have to complete a certain eligibility scheme. But yes gay people should be able to adopt

 @8WZQTHWanswered…3yrs3Y

They should have more rights due to the fact that they don’t have the option to have children together.

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