In the billion-dollar a year Adoption business, it is of no surprise that ethical standard and adoption fraud in industry run rampant throughout. This term is of singular reference to the growing number of cash-laden prospective adoptive parents who will sacrifice moral turpitude in exchange for a "Hear no Evil, See no Evil and do no Evil" legal approach to infant adoption. The State of New Jersey is the first of fifty to implement revised statute to allow adoption agencies to cease and desist with certain long held lawfully mandated practices. N.J.S.A. 9: 3-39 1 b, c
Since an infant is not a commodity, and for a person to self blindfold their own witnessing eyes to such treatment of child, it is this Urban Dictionary contributor's felt moral duty to aptly separate the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It is now of published recognition that the new term, "Baby-Glommer' befits all who fall under its definition.
This definition is bias, yet, dead on balls accurate in allegory law allowances. I welcome all defined refutes.
Adoption is for the need of child, not of the Baby-Glommer!