Poland's justice ministry is preparing a bill banning homosexual couples from adopting children.
With their painted rooves and wooden touches, the ‘kennels’ in the city of Przemyśl in south-eastern Poland, look more like cheerful cabins – very different from what the typical dog shelter looks like.
A presidential bill amending the Constitution to forbid persons in same-sex unions to adopt children has reached the Sejm (lower house), the house informed on Monday. Duda announced the bill on Saturday, signed it on Monday morning and sent it to the Sejm on the same day.
Katarzyna Chruściel, the woman who installed the window, wrote on her Facebook page. “Instead of taking a dog to the forest, or kill it, bring it to me instead. There is no camera so you will not be identified, and the dog will get a second life.”