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Should we ban fertile couples who can have healthy babies from adopting instead?

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Submitted : 2018-06-13 21:40:49    Popularity:     

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Do you have any children? Suppose you and your spouse or partner die in a car crash. Do you think your sibling who has a child of their own should be banned f

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Do you have any children? Suppose you and your spouse or partner die in a car crash. Do you think your sibling who has a child of their own should be banned from adopting your children?

For what reasons?
It doesn't make sense, there is no shortage of children that need adopting and whether people think the world is or isn't over populated the signs of it being overpopulated are right in front of our noses, so to discourage adoption and expect them to have children just because they may be healthy and fertile(people still die in birth and genetic illness without testing can still be discovered later and being fertile doesn't necessarily mean the person is entirely healthy, many people with endometriosis and ovarian cysts and other reproductive illness still often can have children but maybe they'd prefer to adopt than risk anything or be in more pain)

We should ban infant adoption altogether, at least through agencies and attorneys. ALL surrendered/apprehended children should go into foster care for a minimum period (say, 3 months). If their parents start working a case plan or change their minds about adoption, they should be able to get their children back. No babies should be up for sale through adoption agencies, period.

That's nuts! Would you rather have children festering away in under-funded children's homes, or should they still be sent out to foster homes but without the security of fully becoming part of that family? Ideally no child should have to be put up for adoption but the world isn't ideal. The best interests of the child are what's important, not the fertility or otherwise of their adoptive parents.

No. There's no reason for the ban, and besides, how would we set the criteria? Would we have to establish, for example, a minimum number of miscarriages a woman would have to endure before she was allowed to consider adoption? Wouldn't that be kind of arbitrary and intrusive?

Individual birthmothers are free to decide that they won't choose adoptive parents who've beeb proven fertile, if they feel strongly about only giving their children to infertile couples.

No

Absolutely not. Just because a couple can biologically create a child doesn't mean they should be banned from adopting.

I am unable to imagine why anyone might think that would be a good idea.

No there is no shortage on babies that need parents.

That would be unethical.



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