Kwame 5pts The question begs to be asked: If a person chooses not to produce children of their own, when they have that option, why 'adopt' and raise someone else's? There is an aura of deception in that scenario, in my opinion. I can understand if the situation were that male homosexuals suffer disproportionately from infertility. But I doubt seriously this is the case. The truth concerning the history of black heterosexual adoption has been one of maneuvering through hoops and bureaucracy. Many just give up. Plus, I find it extremely hard to believe that a heterosexual couple attempting to adopt-where the husband arrives at the adoption agency with tattoos over his body-as the homosexual man displays in the picture-would have been considered a 'qualified' candidate. If a kind, loving home doesn't include the image of a clean and decent appearance from the caretaker, then we are definitely in the midst of a dysfunctional society.