The 1980's well established that children and adolescents can adjust just as well in nontraditional settings as in traditional settings, as proven in this PDF: http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/cas...a-aff-lamb.pdfTrouble fitting in with one's peer group, feelings of alienation and inadequacy, possibly a certain degree of gender confusion, etca, etca...
On the contrary. The 3 studies I originally linked proved my point.You have shown nothing of the kind.
alright.I wouldn't let them adopt, if that's what you mean.
Incorrect. At best for your case, there should be a father figure and a mother figure. Not necessarily a mother and father, but figures that represents bothNonsense. There are mountains of data to suggest that input from both genders is essential to parenting.
Nothing that they can't learn about.Furthermore, there are lot of conditions specific to the development of each gender that an opposite gender homosexual parent would have no experience with.
Nothing that they can't learn about.What would a gay man know about periods? What would a lesbian know about wet dreams?
Tell ya what, why don't you actually give me a specific reason and stop repeating it over and over again, hmm?Again, because the last several million years of evolutionary history make no difference what-so-ever, right?
Are you ****ing serious? Holy ****, that's a hilariously stupid argument.Bull****. If you want to suggest that tradition is wrong, you're going to have to provide some serious evidence to support that conclusion.
Did you even think that one out?
Here's an idea: For hundreds of years, it was "tradition' to read, write, whatever by candle light. Does that mean we should **** Edison and say "No Lightbulbs!"
Or how about slavery? For a thousand years humanity kept slaves. Should we keep slaves just because we've been doing it for so long?
Saying that we shouldn't change things just because we're not used to them is ****ing idiotic argument.