If we are looking to craft enlightened public policy on the issue of same-sex marriage, we need look no further than its impact on children.
The best in social research has repeatedly revealed that children fare worse in same-sex environments than in environments in which they are raised by their biological parents who are married to each other.
If we care about children, the public policy question on same-sex marriage answers itself. We should reject same-sex marriage because we love children and want them to grow up in optimal nurturing environments.
More confirmation comes from a new study which has been published in the most recent edition of the British Journal of Education, Society, and Behavioural Science. According to University of Texas sociologist Mark Regnerus, it “appears to be the largest (study) yet on the matter of same-sex households and children’s emotional outcomes.”
Source: Bryan Fischer, afa.net