The adoption backlash?


I’ve often thought that at some point the shock caused by those of us testifying about adoptee rights might wear off, and the backlash would begin. I see in a way the Washington Times story as that kind of reactionary response to the subject. More worrisome is the legal or other societal maneuvers that might take place as a reaction. Any ideas as to what those might be? Or how we might maintain in the face of such a backlash?

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About Daniel Drennan ElAwar

Adoptee, rematriated.
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