Monday, November 7, 2016

White Gay Men Adopt 2 Black Boys & A Black Girl & Many Are Not Happy With This!


Per Gays With Kids, Danny and Roger cut a distinct shape on Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. Co-owners and managers of Kore Boutique, they dress the part of a stylish, cutting-edge couple. But the fashion-forward sense does not stop there. Their three gorgeous kids walk the walk as well. This chic family documents their life and style on their very popular Instagram accounts. Together, Roger and Danny have close to 22,000 followers, and we can see why. Gays With Kids shares a little of this family’s story.
Danny and Roger have been together for nine years. Danny (photo above, right) was born and raised in Miami, and Roger (photo above, left) is an Iowa native. They met at a bar in Miami beach and were married on May 8, 2009 in Roger’s home state.
Although Roger was uncertain whether kids were in his future, Danny always wanted to be a dad. It was Danny’s strong desire to be a father that made Roger realize his own paternal dreams. They adopted their first child, 6-year-old Sebastian, through a private agency and they’ve had him since birth. When they tried again with an agency, they experienced two failed attempts and ended up losing money.
As a result, they decided to try foster-to-adopt to expand their family. London, who is 2 years and 9 months, joined the family in June 2014; 2-year-old David became Danny and Roger’s third child in December 2014. Both London’s and David’s adoptions were finalized in 2015.
When asked about their journey to fatherhood, Roger explained, “We feel there are so many children without homes that they did not need to be our biological children. We wanted younger children but race was never chosen. Our first son we got at day one, our daughter at 14 months and our youngest son 20 days before his first birthday.”
As Roger can attest, the foster-to-adopt system isn’t always straightforward: “It’s not easy, I’m not going to lie. But the rewards are so great and beautiful. The foster-adoption system is flawed, but if you have time and patience there are so many kids that need to be loved and need good loving parents.”
The foster-to-adopt process took what felt like an eternity for the family. It also seemed to involve an entire village with two social workers and two guardians ad litem in multiple court dates. Although creating one’s family through foster-to-adopt may not be for everyone, Roger does point out some serious benefits: children in the system get Medicaid health care until they are 18, and they can attend a state university for four years free of charge. Roger advises, “The way we went about creating our family may not be for everyone. Choose your way, embrace it, love it, and most importantly, love your children.”
Roger and Danny, whom the kids both call Daddy, are teaching their children that despite everyone’s differences, people are all the same on the inside, and to remember to love as they are loved.

1 comment:

  1. This should be against the law, especially knowing what these white gays are all about. Black kids never end up OK being raised by white folks. And how much more will their minds be screwed up being raised by white gay folks? I hear it's illegal in Britain for blacks to adopt white kids, because of the incompatibility issue, but sounds more like me it's a racist British issue, just as racist america with it's issues of injustice, and discrimination. Since when have white men ever preferred black kids,other than what slave owners wanted them for, but bed activities. We blacks know what goes on in white families, and why whites love to adopt black kids. And it damn sure have absolutely nothing to do with love. I simply feel sorry for all black kids being adopted by whites, no matter who they are, or how wealthy they may be. You would think whites would have enough guilt for what their ancestors did to the black generations of the past than to think, it is normal for black kids to even be in their presence, without anyone thinking that much deviate behavior is taking place on a daily basis that will eventually leave those kids traumatized, and confused for the rest of there lives. I truly believe there is a conspiracy behind the fact that whites can adopt black kids, while blacks can not adopt whites. I honestly believe it's to send these kids out into black society, when they grow older, simply to disrupt the culture with their actions in attempting to bring other black to trust the white man, in order for the white man to retain full control over the black population, by sending out raised coons as human weapons of cultural destruction. You people go through lengths to bring down the black race, but don't realize its all going to backfire in the most horrific ways.

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