Martin Gill and his sons are now legally a familyAn appellate court's decision that Florida's ban on gay adoption will stand, meaning potential gay parents through out the state will be able to adopt. Attorney General Bill McCollum's office had until 5 pm today to decide whether or not to ... More >>
There's something wrong when ABC sitcoms are more progressive than Florida laws.Another blow to Florida's gay adoption ban was served as the third adoption since 2008 by a gay parent was approved by a Miami-Dade judge. The ruling follows a decision by Monroe Circuit Judge David J. Audlin in Augus ... More >>
Benefit reception for young women from foster homes
It seems that as one battle is lost in the fight for civil rights/the culture war/the "gay and secular fascist" takeover of America, another one is won. Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Cindy Lederman ruled earlier this morning there is "no rational basis" for banning homosexuals from adopting ch ... More >>
Before Aunt Becky came along Full House was a total gay parenting allegory. Today we woke up in a State that was just a tad bit less backward, as a Circuit Judge in Monroe County deemed Florida’s ban on Gay Adoption unconstitutional. It doesn’t mean that ban disappeared over night, or is neces ... More >>
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