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This is the story of Pablo and Mike, and their journey to becoming adopters. Set against a contemporary background of diverse perceptions – both encouraging as well as hostile – as to whether gay men should adopt, Pablo’s diarised narrative tracks this journey, starting from their own initial doubts about whether or not they would be accepted and approved – they didn’t know of any other gay couple who had adopted – through to the positive affirmations they receive.
This is a compelling and poignant collection of stories of lesbians and gay men who have adopted or fostered children. Single and in partnerships, they share their experiences on a number of issues. What motivated them to adopt or foster? How did they respond to the assessment process? What was it like when the child first moved in? And what is life like now, together as a family?
How easy is it for lesbian and gay couples to adopt? Can we adopt jointly? Is the adoption process any different from heterosexual adoption? The pink guide to adoption answers these and many more questions. It is an essential step-by-step guide for lesbians and gay men who are considering adoption in the UK