Paula Bravo July 29, 2013 ENC 1905 Summer 2013
Time has passed, and the way that society thinks hasn't changed about single parents. Why treat someone different because of the fact that she/he is single and want to adopt. If someone who wants to give a child the privilege of has a family - a little one- but still a family, they should be allowed to do it. Of course only if she/he fulfills all the requirements establish. But society hasn't fully opened their eyes or mind one hundred percent.
Many people, both male and female, decide to pursue single parent adoption, why let them for the last option, when she/he could be the first option. Sometimes they are more prepared to adopt that a couple are. It could be different reason why the person who wants to adopted didn't get married, maybe she/he didn't met someone who was the right person, or whatever the reason was, doesn't say that she/he doesn't know how to raise a child or that she/he is not going to do it right, because only with the fact that she/he fought for the right to adopt this little child with all the power she/he has to give to this little creature a family and love her/him every single day, it already makes you a good parent.
"It is estimated there are between 143 million and 210 million orphans worldwide. Orphan numbers don't include abandonment -millions of children- as well as sold and/or trafficked children. Every day 5,760 more children become orphans".- Recent UNICEF report-. Why let them in an orphanage when you can give them a family. I think why denied a single person the opportunity to accomplish the dream of raise a child, when in the world are too many...