A recent post contained a link to what was allegedly "an adoption guide" with notes on how to coerce women into placing their babies for adoption.
I am curious whether anyone on here actually took the time to follow the link"? It was basically a "study" from a religious group whose goal ultimately is anti-abortion. Their result is is that Adoption is almost never offered as an option to pregnant women because the counselors dont know enough about it and there is such a negative stereotype on bmoms. The hope is that the negativity in our culture and in the media over what adoption means is turned around so adoptees dont feel isolated. There is currently no mention of (let alone coercion) to adoption and how to make this a viable 3rd option for pregnancy.
Do you actually read the source of what people "interpret" on here or do you automatically believe the poster read it the same way you would have?.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:59 PM on Apr. 20, 2009 in Adoption
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:27 PM on Apr. 20, 2009
If you read the post again, I purposely explained more than once that my interpretation was different than yours. Didnt call you any of the names that incur that automatic self pitying, everyone must be out to get me reaction that you tend to jump to. (guess the goal is to deflect any discussion away from the facts)
It's understandable how your interpretation would be different considering your inability to construct a sentence that makes any sense.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:29 PM on Apr. 20, 2009