The Anti-Adoption Movement Is Growing
The press is now acknowledging that the Anti-Adoption Movement exists, has existed since the 1940's, although the psychiatrists, psychologists, medical doctors and other professionals risked financial and personal ruin at the hands of the opposition, the arrogant adopting public, the adoption industry and the professionals that dominated what studies and outcomes were acceptable to be seen by the public which were only those medicated studies that showed child adoption as a publicly acceptable practice of acquiring children to be legally owned.
The denial of harm to the disenfranchised adopted child, the population of adopted children psychologically damaged by adoption. While society keeps bestowing the ideal of sainthood of adoptive parents where the broken foundation of the adopted child is blamed on their flawed genetics, and the common blame on the alcoholic and cigarette smoking in pregnancy is the public's scapegoat. Adoptive parents and society's blame for all things wrong in the adopted child is the child's biological parent this fictionalized villain..the birth mother is ultimately blamed for the poor outcomes in adopted children and never is the spotlight on the psychological instability of the adopting parent who's lack of compassion, nurturing and the common state of adopted child abuse is responsible for the adopted child's defense mechanism coping skills that render the adopted child weak in interpersonal relationship skills to cope as adults in the society that stigmatizes the adopted child from birth. The adopted child's allegiance to their adult masters reflects the relationship with history's dirty behavior toward slavery and places price and not self-worth on the heads of human cargo- the present ideal of the continuation of white superiority over black slavery and the fact that slavery is alive and well in the United States in the form of child adoption ownership known as adoption's indentured service of adopted children. Although most adopted children can legally escape at age of majority, most adopted children are psychologically manipulated to the point that they seek no escape from the psychological bonds of the adoptive parent's domination in the quagmire of the principle of adopted child slavery. This is the adoption paradox that fear and control in childhood ensures a lifetime of the adopted child's obedience and continued service to their adoptive parent masters.