Have we done inter-racial adoption yet?
How did that get past The Guardian’s editor – jumbled, poorly written, inconsistent, and ultimately racist (“colour blindness is a disability”)?
One pertinent point – there may be/are too few black parents looking to adopt – but only valid if one believes that black kids are better off with black parents. Turn that argument on its head and what are you left with…..?
Bizarre article indeed.Posted 5 years agoStefMcDefSubscriber
wrecker – Member
Yes we have already established that I didnt have the benefit of a classical education. Cheers.
Well, lay off the pedantic put-downs, in that case.
?? he can’t be pedantic or put anyone down because he doesn’t have a classical education?
He can, but when the OP attempts to slam-dunk another poster for a stray apostrophe, then deploys an obscure latinate word with all the finesse of Delboy saying “mangetout, mangetout”, he can expect his own posts to be examined with all the pedantic rigour he has introduced to the thread.
As for adoption, surely anything that smooths the course of it and reduces the amount of red tape involved must be a good thing. I can’t have been the only person to have looked into it and been put off the idea by what seems like an interminable, intrusive vetting process for prospective parents, which exposes children waiting to be adopted to extra years of instability and uncertainty in the care system.Posted 5 years agoteamhurtmoreSubscriber
Pedantic correction of grammatical errors is tiresome on an internet forum and not really recommended if one cannot spell genuinely correctly (OP) 😉
If racism was taken seriously and in an unbiased (ie, two way) manner this article would have created a “racist storm.” Funny that!?!Posted 5 years ago
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