"sigh:: Really, I think your brain is about as thick as a ton of bricks. First off, I never said that gay couples couldn't adopt. Just because I argue for a side of the discussion that seemed strangely inept to backup their statements "
Yea, sorry, i am pretty dense.
"I was just arguing, and I don't know how, in all that seeming common sense you appear to have, you can't realize that it might be the least bit weird for the kid to have two parents of the same sex"
Your not grasping this central concept: The kid will ONLY experience life with 2 gay parents, or atleast thats what i'm talking about, IE. adopting from babyhood.
It can't be weird for the kid if it doesn't experience anything else. Say a minority couple, adopt a caucasion child, the kid would be in a comparable situation.
"Sure, he'd get used to it and be sensitized to the issue of homophobia, and hopefully it'd make sure he'd never become a homophobe"
Of course he wouldn't become a homophobe! The analogy with racism still stands, any arguments provided against a gay couple adopting are no different to arguments against ethnic couples adopting.