Russia Moves to Ban Adoptions to Countries Allowing “Gender Reassignment”

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11/22/2023

While the left-wing establishment has already decided that transgenderism is a sacred social pillar that civilized nations cannot touch, the reality is that the tide increasingly appears to be turning against it. In Russia, lawmakers are now advancing landmark legislation that would prohibit the adoption of the country’s children by citizens of counties that allow sex changes — a measure its proponents say would protect children and ensure they are raised by normal families. According to Russia Today, Vasily Piskarev, the head of the Russian State Duma’s Committee on Security and Countering Corruption, said this week that the legislation is needed because there is no way of making sure a child does not end up in a gay family if one of the parents decided to transition to another gender after adoption. Thus, this policy would go in line with Russia’s ban on adoption by same-sex couples, which has been in place since 2013.

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