The Nuclear Family Model has worked for thousands of years...
Mother - Children - AND Father
There is no argument that can justify that a good mother and mother can be superior to a good father and mother, all things being equal.
The fact that people will not be married but be together and have kids is one thing...
The fact that women will get divorced and be forced to be a single mother is another...
The fact that women will CHOOSE to be single mothers is bad enough...
(Yes, have a one-Nighter and get pregnant and then try to dump the guy...
I knew two, so don't start with "that doesn't happen garbage)
The fact that women will knowingly seek out artificial means to have a child without a father in a Lesbian relationship shows that there is no respect for family or men, and the fact that people will support a woman in her selfish desire, not support an "Oooops" but support the whole structure that Knowingly puts kids into a fatherless situation and tries to justify this decision as if it is healthy... to raise a child out of balance...
Well, this goes to show how insane people are...being understanding to the selfish mothers hopes and dreams is one thing...
Openly supporting and accepting this selfish choice and ultimate action is ridiculously insulting and selfish...
Am I being Conservative? Not really...just practical.
Just wait until they come up with the technology to allow a man to inseminate an egg in an artificial womb that will see it grow and develop into a healthy baby that is "Born" to a single father with no deed of a nagging wife... Oh Boy!
Researchers from Northwestern University and the University
of Michigan reported that children of fathers who were involved in
parent-teacher associations complete more years of schooling
and have higher wages and family incomes as adults than children
whose fathers were not involved in school activities.
Researchers from the Urban Institute reported that, contrary to
popular opinion, most unmarrried fathers in their mid- to late-20s
and early 30s maintain a close relationship with at least one of
A team of researchers from Washington State University, the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Brigham Young University
reported that children in families headed by single mothers exhibit more
behavioral problems and have lower math and reading abilities than children from married-couple families.
A University of Pennsylvania researcher who has studied urban families
reported that when fathers are not present in their children’s lives, their sons are more likely to become fathers themselves when
they are teenagers and to live apart from their children.
A University of North Carolina researcher found that daughters whose
fathers have warm, close relationships with them and spend time with them in shared activities were less likely to engage in early sexual activity.
The following is an interesting article: Father's Love Influences Drug Abuse
Since you seemed to be stuck in an assumption loop, I thought that I would volunteer some more to help you out.