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Growing Up Adopted by Kim Dimick

From the earliest time I can remember, I knew I was adopted.  I knew I had another mother and father somewhere out in the world that were not the same people I called Mom and Dad. 891 more words

This I Believe: An Essay by Kayla Medford

I believe that everyone has the right to an identity. In addition, I believe that it is a crucial part of one’s identity to be able to see their family members and pick out the characteristics that are comparable. 882 more words

My Adoptee Journey: A Blog by Roiann Baskin

I am typically a very private person. I’m not a talker. I tend to keep personal experiences to myself unless I feel comfortable enough to share. 1,309 more words

You Could be a Late Discovery Adoptee. Another Reason Why Anyone and Everyone Should Read My Blog.

What is a late discovery adoptee? Sometimes referred to as LDA this is when a person does not learn until they are a teenager or an adult that they were adopted. 1,577 more words

Megan DePerro

Why We Need to Give Voice to the Adoptee Experience

November is National Adoption Month, and adoptees use the opportunity to #flipthescript on the pro-adoption narrative so ingrained in society by sharing their experiences and viewpoints. 690 more words


National Adoption Awareness Month

November is National Adoption Awareness Month.
This should really be called National Adoptee Awareness Month. While it is understandable so many families want to celebrate their adopted child, we must not forget that those children and all adopted individuals suffer a great loss due to adoption. 355 more words

Stop Using Adoptees For Your Pro Life Ads, Sincerely A Pro Life Adoptee

I am adopted and I am also pro-life unless there is a medical emergency where the mother would die or has a high chance of dying, that’s it and that’s only for early in the pregnancy. 1,706 more words