"I'm not traumatized by my adoption." "Not all adoptees feel that way." "You say adoptee voices matter most but I guess that's only if they have a bad adoption story." A year ago I would presume to stick my nose into a debate between adopted people. Today I am very cautious and calculating about doing … Continue reading When Does an Adoptee Voice Stop Being Elevated Above All Others
Kimberly Rossler and her son, James Elliott Rossler, or Elliott as she calls him, are being victimized by a corrupt judicial system that involves pre-birth consent that is still allowed in Alabama. Since going public, Kimberly has received a lot of support but she has also received a lot of hate, as is to be … Continue reading Donna Ames Isn’t As Innocent As She Claims To Be, Neither Are Her Associates; Small Town Politics
I was going to wait to blog about this until the dust had settled. However, I find it extremely important to expose this now. A lot of information will be withheld, until I feel it is safe to share, but let's just say there are a couple of people who wanted a woman's baby and … Continue reading Adoption Coercion – The Case of Nikki N Ben Bales
In the adoption community, from birthmoms, adoptive parents, and even the occasional adoptee I often hear statements about adoption being the "destiny" for the adopted child. Some of these statements include, but, of course, are not limited to: "I knew from the first time I met them (adoptive parents) they were meant to be -insert … Continue reading It Was Meant To Be – Using Religion to Justify Adoption
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