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A gay rights supporter has criticised plans to marry same-sex couples, after a gay couple said their children should be put up for adoption in order to make their children’s lives better.
The group called Stonewall said it had “no doubt” they would “not have to wait 룰렛for legalising marriage” before they get to put their children up for adoption.
The group said the child adoption issue could be settled within 18 months once the UK agreed with India and South Africa that the country should move ahead.
But, they added, there was a huge logistical problem with taking children from gSM 카지노ay men and giving them to gay couples.
They have called for a boycott of Stonewall’s annuaXO 카지노l conference in August.
‘Don’t be gay and forget the children’
The group said its focus was on being able to take children from gay men who had abandoned their children – but had not had the time to come to the UK and provide them with care.
Image copyright Stonewall Image caption The charity has called for a boycott of Stonewall’s annual conference in August
The charity launched its new “children in the closet” project in 2015 after taking 17 of its 16,000 members to India to be put up for adoption.
The charity said it needed to find homes for children at the end of their lives before giving them up for adoption, and said it wanted to “get rid of stigma around being gay”.
But in 2015 the charity also launched Stonewall’s Children UK campaign, which aims to bring children up in families where they have two parents from same-sex couples.
The charity said the campaign had been effective in bringing the issue of same-sex marriage up to date with children’s and society.
It added that the UK had given enough support but it needed to show “greater solidarity in this regard with our gay and transgender brothers and sisters”.
The organisation said parents who had adopted children from same-sex couples should make a donation to the charity if they wanted children to be placed up for adoption.
‘Paying lip service’
But, it added, parents of gay or trans children had said they wanted to leave the “pending or impossible” decisions for the charity, before it had reached its conclusion.
Speaking at the launch, Stonewall founder Stonewall founder Alex West described the situation as “a sad situation”.