Transgender status is a complex and odd bid for public attention, especially coming from children.
Our family shouldn’t be threatened with a ‘punch in the face’ for seeking to protect our naturally born and adopted children from terrorism.
We cannot simply hope to use legislation to solve the problem of abortion, but must look to addressing the root of the problem. Abortion is a symptom of a systemic disease.
The Arkansas Supreme Court recently ruled that for newborn children of lesbian married couples, only the biological mother should be listed on the original birth certificate.
George Stephanopoulos’s wife Ali Wentworth said their 14-year-old daughter reacted to Donald Trump’s win by ‘screaming ‘no abortions’ really loudly.’
International adoption provides homes to needy children—why do the State Department’s new rules make those adoptions difficult, if not impossible?
Please tell me again why Cosmopolitan magazine is allowed to pretend it’s feminist when its writers insist men need benefits that only make sense to apply to women.
If you, like me, believe in the right to life, then that belief must apply after these children are born, not just when they are in the womb. Become a foster parent.
For every adoption-eligible baby, an invisible queue of 36 couples waits for the chance to take that baby home. Most never will.
These women are more concerned about racial differences than about the fact that they intentionally paid to procure a child who has no father in her life.
In a new memoir, a rabbi and adoptive mother tries and fails to reconcile her progressive politics with God and family.
China’s one-child policy is horrible, and let’s hope it’s really over. Even so, this tragedy has given me a beautiful gift.
Adopting internationally is a long, frustrating, expensive process. It shouldn’t be.
Taxpayers may be paying Planned Parenthood to steer women away from adoption and toward the abortions that benefit its bottom line.
Gay couples need to realize that their desire to adopt children conflicts with what kids need most: opposite-sex parents.
A new documentary tells the story of ‘The Drop Box,’ where image-conscious South Koreans leave disabled babies to a welcoming pastor and his family.