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First study on gay parents

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the first study on the issue concluded 17 years of research. it found that children with 2 lesbian parents do better than children with hetero parents.

The authors found that children raised by lesbian mothers — whether the mother was partnered or single — scored very similarly to children raised by heterosexual parents on measures of development and social behavior. These findings were expected, the authors said; however, they were surprised to discover that children in lesbian homes scored higher than kids in straight families on some psychological measures of self-esteem and confidence, did better academically and were less likely to have behavioral problems, such as rule-breaking and aggression.

http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1994480,00.html?xid=rss-health&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+time%2Fscienceandhealth+%28TIME%3A+Top+Science+and+Health+Stories%29

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Give the lesbians time to evolve, they will be sh*tty parents just like the rest of us soon enough.

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well if it wasn't for heterosexuals the gheys wouldn't have anyone to experiment on.

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lol

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they were surprised to discover that children in lesbian homes scored higher than kids in straight families ..... did better academically .

http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1994480,00.html?xid=rss-health&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+time%2Fscienceandhealth+%28TIME%3A+Top+Science+and+Health+Stories%29

Were they......homo schooled?

Lord, I apologize. It was just too easy rodeo.

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Were they......homo schooled?

Lord, I apologize. It was just too easy rodeo.

No......they sucked at that.

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the benchmarks for a child's success that were tested included performance in softball, driving a subaru outback, memorization of Ani Difranco lyrics, and choice in flannel apparel.

Yeah, probably a pretty unbiased result.

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Lesbian mothers who participated in a study about differences between lesbians and straight families say their kids are normal.Well of course they would say that.what else would they say?

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I eat my wifes pussy all the time and my two boys are awesome. Two of the best little dudes you'd ever want to meet. So this study is dead on, sorry.

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