Adoptee Blogs and Organizations

Dear Adoption A blog made up of letters from adoptees whose motto is give voice to those most affected by adoption: adoptees. The site includes a nice list of resources for adult adoptees that we highly recommend.

Red Thread Blog Grace Newton's blog "exposing the red thread myth in relation to adoption."

The Here and Nao Naomi's personal youtube channel focusing on making videos about her travels, being an Adoptee and promoting East Asian Voices and Media in Britain

Alex Brennan Productions Alex's youtube channel focusing on being an Adoptee 

Confessions of an Adoptee A thought-provoking blog that posts some of the innermost thoughts and feelings that adoptees have in relation to their adoption and identities. Submissions are primarily published anonymously.

One World: Chinese Adoptee Links CAL is the first global group created by Chinese adoptees. Their blog showcases various guest writers' pieces and reflects the global community of Chinese adoptees.

Our China Stories Since 1992, more than 140,000 children have left China for homes in some sixteen countries. Here, Chinese adoptees, their families and friends tell their stories.

Chinawistful Hi, my name is Kate! I am passionate about different cultures, make people happy, and adoption. My blog story will always be inspiration and heart warming for adoptees and adoptive parents who adopt their children to help understand the deaf community and how to access communication and American Sign Language (ASL). 

Myownrace "In this blog, I am going to focus on my story of adoption. I will try to explain how it has effected me in the past, how it is effecting me now, and what I expect for the future."

Red Thread Broken "This blog includes personal questions, reflections, upcoming adoptee events, literature reviews and responses to recent adoptee media, as well as the ideas of what it means to be Chinese American. This blog presents a more holistic view of international adoption as opposed to the "Hallmarkization" as portrayed in the media."

Transracial Eyes "A resource for those exploring the ideas of transracial and/or international adoption, whose primary raison d’etre is to provide a platform for adoptees to speak without censorship. We therefore make no apologies for what we think and feel here, nor do we serve anyone but adoptees."

Stories from an Adoptee I started my blog in October 2015. I want to create more awareness about adoption. I would like to give people the full impression about being adopted. Not only negative effects but also the positive ones. Adoption is for me a way of living. It made me for who I am. My adoption gave me a second life but gives me also a lot of pain. Therefore these stories are about lost, loss, love and friendship. These themes are universal and I hope other people can relate to my stories too. I am a very creative person and therefore it's an artistic blog I love to paint and write so a lot of items are made by me. If I see something else very inspiring I also put it on my blog. My blog tells stories about how I deal with adoption and how it inspires me in life. Love, the Happy Panda!

We Are Not China Dolls A Blog for Asian Adoptees. "Clearing ignorance and confronting racism, as well as transnationalism: Our purpose is to provide a place for adoptees and people to ask questions concerning adoption in Asia."