You forgot to mention large parts of Latin America as well as most of Australia, New Zealand, and Sub-Saharan Africa here. Anyway, huge parts of the Muslim world still believe in the death penalty for apostasy nowadays, but that doesn't make it good. So, Yeah, just because a lot of people believe in something does not automatically mean that their belief is actually good.wm wrote: ↑30 Jul 2020 10:52The problem is Poland isn't alone, the majority of countries on this planet are with Poland in this.
It's mostly allowed in the EU, the US, Canada, and Greenland. Even there, it was basically achieved by lawyer tricks and massive media campaigns.
Such (fancy) rights for a tiny minority are against basic tenants of all three leading religions on this planet.
You can't do that without destroying them and the associated cultures.
In regards to LGBT adoption, my own position is simply a realistic one. I'd rather see kids in orphanages and foster homes be adopted by loving, stable LGBT couples than not be adopted at all. I would not mind it too much if a state decided to give priority to stable opposite-sex couples in regards to this just so long as it also allowed stable LGBT couples to adopt any children that were left over afterwards. Maybe you should go online and try interacting with some children and former children who were raised by same-sex couples, including Finland's current Prime Minister:
They'll tell you that this experience wasn't a particularly bad one.
As for religions, progressive and even some moderate and/or conservative Jews and Christians actually do try to be supportive of LGBT rights nowadays. However, even if they weren't, this would be irrelevant since we have and should have separation of church and state--as in, separation of religion and government. So, even if a particular religion opposes things such as LGBT adoption does not automatically mean that it should push for legislation to prohibit this. This might be similar to some religions condemning polyamorous couples; the fact that they condemn this does not automatically mean that they should push for legislation to prohibit this.