What crossed my mind is one question (questions) closely related to the topic. Sure, that question could be related to many themes but, now in this context. Its moral question and question of judicial justice.
So, as i already talked about it here, we can also ask- what are rights of dead people, dead parents? Do dead people have any rights among living or their wishes becoming irrelevant after death? Are ancestors without rights? Do parents who died (in some tragedy or by illness) have right to affect future of their children, or after their death vision of future for their children pass only to state institutions?
Point is, ... It is impossible to allow adoption of children to the LGBT couples. That, if we were to respect dead people. Its because we must presume that people who desire to have children, themselves don`t belong to LGBT part of population. Therefore, it would be violation of their parental rights, if in case of their sudden death, some state institution give their children for adoption to LGBT couples.
As i said, that if we respect dead people. If society decide to ignore rights of parents (ancestors) then, everything becoming possible. Personally, i am for absolute respect of ancestors. For us Serbians its even religious question. Ancestors must get respect.
Parades i don`t understand. Pride parades only upset public. Sexual orientation is private thing. So, this i can understand >>>Serbia to get first openly gay cabinet ministerSource: B92, Tanjug Monday, August 8, 2016 | 15:16
Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday he is aware that Serbia's future minister of state administration and local self-government is gay, i.e., a lesbian woman. ... he was instead interested "only in her business results,"