One agency doesn't think gay adoption = Evil
See, other states, this is how you do it.
Calif. Adoption Agency Agrees To End Discrimination Against Gays:
An Orange County-based adoption agency that was the subject of a three-year long legal battle for refusing to deal with gays and lesbians has signed a binding agreement with the state guaranteeing that it would no longer discriminate against applicants based on sexual orientation.
As a result of the agreement the American Civil Liberties Union announced Wednesday that it would no longer pursue the lawsuit.
"There are 500,000 children in foster care in the U.S., many in temporary emergency facilities awaiting foster families or adoption. By denying us placement solely because we are lesbians, Olive Crest was ignoring the needs of the children the state had placed in their care," said Shannon Rose, M.D., a pediatrician and fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics who brought the lawsuit along with her partner Jane Brooks, a lawyer specializing in family law.