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European Court of Human Rights rules that Austria’s adoption laws discriminated against lesbian couple

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  1. Abandoned children are dying every day in the world for lack of someone to help them and to stop anybody from honestly helping them is a crime.

  2. Good news. It’s not right that LGBT parents are discriminated against like this while an opposite sex parent can adopt their partner’s child.

  3. Lukefromcanada 19 Feb 2013, 10:09pm

    this may mean that portugal will have to offer adoption even though as of now it does not. i always thought this was odd as they have had marriage equality for a few years now

  4. NorthernIrishGuest 19 Feb 2013, 11:00pm

    Well done, ladies. I hope they all have a very happy life together!

    1. A great decision by the ECHR! It looks like we, in Northern Ireland, will also have to go to the ECHR in order to gain the same-sex marriage rights that gay people will be able to enjoy in the rest of the UK. Hopefully they will make the right decision then too. Actually, I don’t think adoption is legal for gay couples in Northern Ireland and the ban still exists for gay people in Northern Ireland to give blood so we are far behind the rest of the UK in terms of equality with LGBT rights in the rest of the UK. There’s much (and probably more that I’m unaware of) for the ECHR to help us with to gain equal citizenship.

  5. Schlesinger Twins 20 Feb 2013, 2:25pm

    This is a joke. As if Austria cares about abuse of children or human rights! I suggest you google Schlesinger Twins in Vienna to see the depths they have sunk to.

  6. Schlesinger Twins 20 Feb 2013, 2:55pm

    Where are human rights in Austria for the Schlesinger twins?

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