I never understand why people are either anti-gay and anti-abortion or pro-gay and pro-abortion. For the record, it is possible to be both pro-LGBT and pro-life!
1. Being Pro-LGBT
I believe that gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals deserve to be treated like ordinary citizens. Whatever a heterosexual person takes for granted in society, a non-heterosexual person should have the same. That includes gay marriage and gay adoption. My view of LGBT rights extends into the pro-life arena.
2. Being Pro-Life
I believe that people can only abort a pregnancy, if the unborn is mentally/physically handicapped. Rape, incest, economics, or even putting the person's life in danger are not sufficient reasons to abort a child, because the child may be born perfectly healthy and could have been a productive citizen, but the child's life is unfairly taken away. Instead of abortion, I believe that foundling homes, orphanages, and foster homes are the solution; and I believe that gay couples should be allowed to adopt the healthy children. Now, if the unborn is defected in some way, then the unborn may be better off dead than to live with a permanent, uncurable handicap. What counts as a "handicap" varies a lot. Some people are born with autism or Down's syndrome, but they seem to live perfectly normal lives. So, those handicapped people deserve to live. Other people are born with no brain cortex, and if the abortionist doesn't take their lives, then Mother Nature will, because these people can't survive long.