Forming a Family with LGBT+ Parenting

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) people have been parents in greater numbers during the past three decades.
Sexual and gender minority groups may also give birth to children or adopt them. In their quest to become parents, some LGBT+ people may use assisting-reproductive technology.

Research reveals that LGBT+ parents take part in activities that are beneficial to their kids in different ways.

We must establish a civil marriage statute. This way, I agree with LGBT+ people getting legally acknowledged, said “Pope”.

Here, the term “Civil Marriage” refers to a legal marriage, which needs not to be sacred. The religious discourse is read during religious weddings.

The community of sexual and gender minorities and the United Nations say:

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) rights were first discussed and negotiated at the Human Rights Council in Geneva. Politically speaking, the Council’s discussions concentrated on national discriminatory laws and practices and highlighted that under International Human Rights Law, nations are required to bring these matters up through legislation and other means. The first UN resolution on the subject of human rights, sexual orientation, and gender identity was accepted by the UN Human Rights Council in June 2011.

The first official United Nations report on this topic was made possible by the adoption of this resolution.
Violence and discrimination against sexual and gender minorities are “an enormous and dreadful tragedy for those who are touched by it and a stain on our collective conscience,” according to Ban Ki-Moon, the secretary-general of the United Nations. Additionally, he stressed how this matter is against international human rights rules. (United Nations Organization, 2012: 7)