- People read about babies relinquished for adoption having been used as "practice babies" and think it was a good idea, "better than just lying in a crib in an orphanage."
- Special needs twins - Victor and Nubia - are allowed to be adopted by their foster parents despite several reports of abuse and serious neglect.
- Adopted people are still denied equality in 44 states or so...
- Pro-lifers almost never think about helping mothers keep their babies.
Besides being about adoption issues, what do these things have in common?
Why do we repeatedly see such things?
My contention is that all go on because of a basic belief that "those babies were unwanted anyhow."
Why help a woman who comes to a crisis pregnancy center keep her baby, she has shown just by being there - in crisis - that she doesn't want her baby.
Why worry about foster kids being abused - their own parents didn't want them
Adoptees are trash and should be grateful for whatever crumbs they get and grateful they weren't aborted.
How do we change these attitudes??