Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Originally Posted By: keymaker
No well that's what I meant by zealotry... the site is obviously pursuing an agenda because it's making uncorroborated grand assertions that happen to be contradicted by real science.
You're right to point out the cherry picking on both sides of the argument.
However, I'd offer this: Being repressed your entire life because you are afraid of your bigoted straight parents is unhealty and a bad thing. I personally know people who have gone to the extent of getting married and having children for that very reason. Only now, you've not only hurt yourself... but there are others involved simply because you were terrified to say you were gay.
There are plenty of heterosexual kids raised by homosexual parents. The homosexual kids would have been so anyway, except they're not pressured like they would have been with "straight" parents.
Edited by SgtBaxter (03/06/1001:10 PM)
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No I cleared that up in a previous thread... parents of both sexes provide the best balance for children.
Your "sources" are carefully cherry-picked...
Makes no difference either way - your job is to discuss the merits.
a convenient alignment with your bigoted, homophobic, imperialistic, self-insulated, POV.
No open minded, unaffected, common sense viewpoint that most parents regard as pretty damn obvious - that children are generally better off with their own parents or where that's not possible with adopted parents of both sexes. Your bigoted and callous disregard for what's really best for our most vulnerable children is there for all to see.
If heterosexual parents are so much more effective than same-sex parents, WTF happened to you?
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