Position Statement On Adption

Them Before Us supports adoption, when it it properly understood.  Adoption must always be viewed as a child-centric institution, not simply as a means for adults to have children. No adult - heterosexual, homosexual, or single- has a “right” to adopt. Rather, every...
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Marriage is Married to Parenthood- a global survey on how gay marriage weakens children’s rights.

All you need is love might be a catchy Beatles tune, but it's a lie.   Especially when it comes to marriage.  Them Before Us opposes gay marriage, not because we oppose gay people - we are proud to have a number of both gay and lesbian TBU leaders who are passionate...
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Chile Seeks To Overturn “Old Prejudices” by Redefining Marriage

Chile appears set to become the latest South American country to legalize same-sex marriage, following Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Colombia.  The bill, introduced by President Michelle Bachelet, will take time to make its way through Congress, but it is another...
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Position Statement On Adption

Them Before Us supports adoption, when it it properly understood.  Adoption must always be viewed as a child-centric institution, not simply as a means for adults to have children. No adult - heterosexual, homosexual, or single- has a “right” to adopt. Rather, every...

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Divorce is Bad for Your Kid’s Health

Mountains of evidence confirm that children do best when they live with their married biological parents; no alternative family structure affords children the level of protection and stability as their natural family. Children under the pressure of a broken family...

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Father’s Day for a Lesbian’s Daughter

Another Father's Day. Another phone call I didn't make. I was raised by my lesbian mother who divorced my father when I was one year old. My mother told my father to go away and never come back.  And that's exactly what he did. It should come as no surprise that this...

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Marriage isn’t about God. It’s about kids.

I recently spoke with a bright college student fresh from her Gender Studies class who wanted to know why Christians were trying to “force their morality upon a secular society” by supporting traditional marriage.  It's a good question, and one that we should be ready...

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