Despite what same-sex activists’ claim, men and women are not interchangeable.
“The richest and most successful same-sex couple still cannot provide a child something that the poorest and most struggling spouses can provide: a mom and a dad…I am here to say no, having a mom and a dad is a precious value in its own right and not something that can be overridden, even if a gay couple has lots of money, can send a kid to the best schools, and raises the kid to be an Eagle Scout.” - Robert Oscar Lopez
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After living in a same-sex relationship for years, Doug says, “To be fully formed, children need to be free to generously receive from and express affection to parents of both genders. Genderless marriages deny this fullness.” - Read his story.
Children with same-sex parents are more than 2 times more likely to suffer emotional and developmental problems than those with opposite-sex parents on a range of related outcomes, including predicted risk of psychological disorders, learning disability, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Children with married moms and dads are 4 times less likely to be on public assistance than children with a lesbian mother.
Children with married moms and dads are 3.5 times more likely to be employed than children with a lesbian parent and almost 3 times more than children with a homosexual dad.
Children with married moms and dads are the least likely to be involved in crimes or arrests.
Children with married moms and dads are least likely to be touched sexually by a parent or other adult.
Children with married moms and dads are 4 times less likely to be forced to have sex against their will than children with a lesbian parent and 3 times less likely to be forced to have sex against their will than children with a gay father.