Adoption is an important part of society. Children need adequate parenting and if their first parents don't think they can do it, then it is responsible and good of them to find someone who can. Of course, it might not be the voluntary adoptions that worry you. The ones that are involuntary are definitely troublesome. Those parents do need to be more responsible before that sort of thing is required, but it could simply be out of their control like an addiction or mental illness or something and again the kids are most likely safer in an adoptive home... if it is a good, thoroughly home-studied adoptive home, of course, and counseling is involved. Adoption is not perfect and things like reactive attachment disorder do happen so don't get me wrong, but mental illness can and does happen in biological family homes as well. Now, if there were better sexual education in Illinois there might be less need for adoption so if you really want to reduce adoption rates, do whatever possible to get that comprehensive curriculum in our schools. The lack of a good education, that's what should disgust you, discusted.