Yeah? We may brilliantly create artificial bonding between a new born and the homo parent by mimicking the natural bonding of biological parents. Children evolve independently beyond this 'Limerence' stage. They are not animals. They have evolving intelligence, which is why 'older adoptees' will not accept any kind of situation dished out to them. And as they grow within the homosexual setup they choose to 'adapt' to this setup, for various socio-economic concerns. This is not the case with hetereosex parenting.<quoted text>
That's a incorrect assumption about the meaning of "adapt" as used in the Social Sciences, AND it's a prime filter of your understanding of what you read and the conclusions you have drawn from it. Because your premise is false, so are your conclusions.
In Social Science usage, every living thing adapts to everything in it's environment. Existence REQUIRES adaptability. In clinical mental health, as well as the research branches, adaptivity is the mark of health. Inability/Failure to adapt (maladaptivity) is symptomatic of problems. In fact, it is a prime benchmark.
In the disciplines, "adaptivity" has come to replace older terms, such as "adjustment" and "coping skills".
Every child born has to adapt to the world. Some biological instincts make certain stages of adaptation easier; one of these has been termed the "limerence effect" (that protobonding state that can establish between child and parent figure in the first weeks of life). Jokes have been quipped that without it, and the endorphins triggered by the intensity of labor, mothers might kill the little parasite for all the pain it has just caused, and fathers for the stress, fuss and sleep deprivation from diapers and 3am feedings. This limerence bonding is not only between mother and newborn, however, but is manifested in the state that is known as "falling in love". The birth process is not required for it to occur for the adults in the parenting situation. Infants enter limerence through facial patterning.
Most modern adoptions occur immediately after birth to facilitate this first imprinting process. Infants given this process have been demonstrated to achieve this first adaptation to it's parents sooner rather than later.
For older adoptees, other issues unique to each child's prior life experience come into play.
Homosexual parenting is a vested interest, a manifestation of a disbaility rather than choice. Mimicking of natural parental bonding will not take this far.