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01/23/2008

Studies: Gays probably not gonna break kids

by Jeremy Hooper

Baby2-1-1Two new studies scheduled to be published in the January issue of the journal Developmental Psychology provides more evidence on what we gay people already know: that same-sex couples are just as capable of parenting as their heterosexual counterparts. Check out the link for more details:

Same-Sex Couples Just as Committed as Heterosexual Counterparts [HealthDay]

Or as the religious right will refer to the studies: "Which studies? The ones that don't make gay parents look like demons who will destroy their kids lives? Oh, yea -- we're gonna ignore those. Ya see, we only give credence to studies that are convenient to our cause (usually because they've been commissioned by people on our side). It's just easier that way."

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