This article is dating back to October 31, 2008 , but it is discussing an issue that many curious people have been wondering about. Should gay individuals/couples be able to adopt?. A man named Frank Martin Gill has been a foster father to 2 boys from miami ,fl since 2004 and now has decided to take the next step and adopt them to become their adopted father.This has become an emotional court battle for Frank Martin Gill and to make things worst the children can be removed their current home with Frank. According to the state law of 1977 gay individuals/couples cannot adopt children.Gay individuals have a better chance and easier time to adopt because the court takes the issue more lightly than gay couples.As for Frank Gill he doesnt know what to expect but to hope for the best for both of his foster children and himself.
I feel that the state of florida would be very ignorant if they denied adoption to Frank Gill. He has been a father to both boys for quite some time now, I honestly don't see whats the big deal to just grant him official custody of both boys.If he's been doing a good job to provide for these kids then I don't see why can't he get the adoption. Also I don't see the difference from when he was a foster father to when he'll be an adopted father, he's gonna be doing pretty much the same thing if anything he'll possibly be better.