While the LGBT community is determined to infiltrate the family units and terrorize innocent children, Kansas just shut them down in a major way.
And now, LGBT activists are scrambling at ways to undo the good work Kansas has done, but it may be too late.
You see, it’s not enough for the LGBT community to exist.
Nowadays, “transgender” and openly homosexual couples want to adopt children.
Not thinking or caring about the children, these couples use children as pawns to further the LGBT cause, trying to demonstrate that “transgender” families should exist.
But what about what the children want?
What if they don’t want to be raised by two moms or two dads?
Well, thanks to Kansas, these children now have the right to say “no thanks.”
The Adoption Protection Act states that an agency is not required to place a child in a home that violates the agencies religious beliefs
This means, agencies who don’t believe in the LGBT agenda, are no longer forced to place innocent children into harmful environments.
But of course, in typical fashion, the LGBT crew are crying out “discrimination” because they can no longer lead innocent children astray, with their lifestyle.
“I helped raise my brother’s kids. I got them when they were very young,” says gay parent and activist, Jon Powell of Hutchinson. “We need all the adoptions we can get in Kansas. The words closely held religious beliefs could lead to discrimination.
Senate Bill 284 says, in part, “Notwithstanding any other provision of state law, and to the extent allowed by federal law, no child placement agency shall be required to perform, assist, counsel, recommend, consent to, refer or otherwise participate in any placement of a child for foster care or adoption when the proposed placement of such child would violate such agency’s sincerely held religious beliefs.
Another gay Kansas parent says he echoes the same concerns.”When I went to adopt I had said, I’m gay and I’m interested in adoption and is that a problem? And they said no,” said Glenn Owen.”
But it’s not discrimination for agencies to use their judgment and morals to protect an innocent child from being adopted into a “transgender” or openly gay household.
If anything, the Adoption Protection Act helps children remain safe.
Other states would do well to follow in the steps of Kansas.
Children are not pawns, and they should not be used as pawns to promote the sick LBGT lifestyle.
And because of conservative politicians passing this bill through, the Governor of Kansas Jeff Colyer has now signed it into law.
The Kansas City Star reported:
“What I want Kansas to know is this is about fairness and we are protecting everyone,” Colyer said. “It’s not about discrimination, it’s about fairness. We’re looking after those kids that need a forever home”.
Thanks to a group of legislators who remained faithful to the end, children in Kansas have been spared a world of hurt, that would result from being adopted into a pro-LGBT household.
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