Therefore, the social worker’s showing of displeasure was due to the Jacqui and Anne’s plea of intending to foster a child from a diverse culture from theirs (Coghill, 2009). The cultural difference may pose a great challenge to the fostering parents because besides helping the child to embrace that of UK, they will not be able to understand the child’s former traditions. For instance, suppose the child emanates from Africa where the children nurturing is exclusively diverse from the western states (Manchester City Council, 2013). Most African cultures regardless of a one’s sex usually deem the mother has more responsibilities in nurturing the child until the males reach the initiation age where the fathers take over. This is divergent to the UK where the couple assumes all the roles jointly and it may have a significant adverse impact especially if the adoptee is a teen (Coghill, 2009. Besides, the child may doubt the relationship of the fostering parents, which conflicts what he or she has all through deemed to be right (Coghill, 2009). Since, in African or other regions like Asian, same-sex union aspect is a taboo that may affect the child (Coghill, 2009, p. 54). This is especially when one is aware of what their culture dictates regarding marriage. Hence, prompting the social agency to reject Jacqui and Anne’s plea. Besides, according to their narration, there is no proof they will be together until the child attains his or her independence stage (Coghill, 2009). This is because they argue to be living together but no documents to prove their union (Coghill, 2009).