Tag Archives: dispossession
This was my first piece for Land of Gazillion Adoptees [link to article] originally published in September, 2014.
An adoptive parent in the United Kingdom recently described the potential reunion of the children temporarily in his care with their parents as his “worst nightmare”. This was like a kick in the gut. Because I feel that my own … Continue reading
Note: I usually avoid the putting forth of “proper” terminology because, like much discursive analysis, there is no taking into consideration context, register, tone, etc. I would never actively reduce or take away terms from the language; but I do … Continue reading
Adoption “activists” are lauding an adoptee, Julia Marino, for representing her “birth country” of Paraguay in the Olympics. I find myself at a loss to describe the extent of the inversion of such support, given the birth of the Olympics … Continue reading
This is the 12th question in the series: “Anti-adoption month: 30 answers to 30 questions on adoption” [link].