Same-sex couples are 7 times more likely to foster and adopt than opposite-sex couples.

Kinship and family placements almost always provide more stability for foster children. Children placed with family members are less likely to run away. Foster children that grow up in kinship care or are adopted by a biological family member do better in school, make better grades, form healthy relationships in their communities, and they are more likely to go to college and grow to be productive members of society. Continue reading Same-sex couples are 7 times more likely to foster and adopt than opposite-sex couples.