Adopted child of same-sex couple does not have to be gay or lesbian: Supreme Court to SG Tushar Mehta

The CJI made the remark in response to concerns expressed by SG Mehta over the suitability of same-sex couples adopting and raising children in "such a way".
CJI Chandrachud and SG Tushar Mehta
CJI Chandrachud and SG Tushar Mehta

A child adopted by a gay or lesbian couple does not necessarily have to be homosexual, the Supreme Court remarked on Monday while hearing the batch of pleas seeking legal recognition of same-sex marriage. [Supriyo and v. Union of India].

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