The bill would ban discrimination against prospective parents and also protect youth in the system from conversion therapy.
LGBTQ family-building is in its infancy in China, and it has the potential to create long-lasting cultural change.
The legislation would allow state-funded agencies to turn away LGBTQ people and others based on religious objections.
The state has seen a rash of anti-LGBTQ legislation this year, and some of it's being voted on this week.
Both members of same-sex couples should be listed on the birth certificates of children they adopt, the High Court of Justice ruled.
The Keep Kids First campaign argues for faith-based adoption agencies' right to discriminate.