Isn’t it valid to compare adoption with a pregnancy?

“Given the common background historically speaking of both slavery and adoption as institutions of human trafficking, I mean this to be read absolutely seriously. Such an egregious comparison is needed to show the invalidity of the resulting analogy, while simultaneously revealing the self-aggrandizing intentions of the one invoking it. That the author of this dreck might allow pride in her feeble attempt at a creative writing analogy outweigh the consequences of positing such a disturbing trope speaks volumes as to where she is coming from in terms of morals and ethics. That it should be received with thanks and gratitude reveals to us the depths of depravity that adoption sinks us to as a society and as human beings.”

Daniel Drennan ElAwar

This is the 29th question in the series: “Anti-adoption month: 30 answers to 30 questions on adoption” [link].

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