Adopted children generally suffer from rejection by
their peers and more importantly, by themselves.
Adopting parents almost always face some sort of
rejection from their adopted children. A child with two
homosexual parents would not only be unable to grow up
with their biological family, but also unable to grow
up with a traditional family structure. Obviously one
cannot dismiss the idea that nothing can prove that gay
parents would be less caring towards their adopted
children, but comes as a matter of preference. Hypothetically, if you
were a child in an orphanage and a homosexual couple
and a heterosexual couple were placed before you, who
would you choose? (assuming of course, that you are of
the necessary mental maturity level to grasp the idea
of family) Most children at the time of adoption are too young to choose a suitable family for themselves and so should be responsibly assisted either by the agency or their biological parents. Taking away a biological parent's right to be a part of the process is unfair as there are many more reasons the child may have been put up for adoption aside from plain irresponsibility.