Bigot Couple denied right to adopt

A couple in their mid 60’s was recently denied the right to adopt children by a High Court in England because of their anti-homosexuality views.

…Lord Justice Munby and Mr Justice Beatson ruled that laws protecting people from discrimination because of their sexual orientation “should take precedence” over the right not to be discriminated against on religious grounds.

The truth is, because of the risk they might foster a gay son or daughter, the court decided the well being of the child was more important than the dogmatic, nonsensical belief that same-sex attraction is considered a bad thing by sky-daddy. The couple, oblivious to the fact society has stopped accepting bigotry outright, is confused society is still making a big deal about “all them homos”:

“We are prepared to love and accept any child. All we were not willing to do was to tell a small child that the practice of homosexuality was a good thing.”

Is there a small tinge of irony these people are of African decent, and only a few decades ago their skin pigmentation would have made them subject to similar discrimination? Perhaps. It makes me sad an otherwise nice couple seems to be completely unaware of just how poisonous their views actually are. You can thank the power of religion for that, folks!

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    Isaac Mendez

    I’m always baffled by groups of people who were at one stage discriminated against and have bigoted views against the group who are currently discriminated. Seems history teaches us nothing, and brainwashing is very effective.

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    They complain that this decision “sends out the clear message that orthodox Christian ethical beliefs are potentially harmful to children…” – Absolutely, and about time too!

    “…and that Christian parents with mainstream Christian views are not suitable to be considered as potential foster parents” – But here I think they are doing a disservice to most Christians who do not share such repugnant views.

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