I took my son to see The Avengers on Saturday. In one key scene, as the Avengers are assembled they review the evil committed by Loki. Thor confronts the rest of the Avengers because Loki is his brother. When the Avengers list the atrocities he has committed, Thor volunteers that Loki was adopted. It got quite a laugh from the audience, yet it implies that an adopted sibling is less family than biological children. Children dont need to be told they are inferior or defective or less of a family member because they were adopted, especially from someone as trusted as the Walt Disney Company. There are 73.8 million children who are a part of families created through adoption. Its odd that Disney would choose to send a message that adopted children are less part of a family than biological children, but in my opinion, thats exactly what happens in The Avengers. The movie was excellent and I dont regret taking my son to see it. I just thought we had moved beyond these stereotypes about adoption. This is my point of view as the father of adopted children. Did this scene bother anyone else?