What is your opinion? The home is the first institution of learning. Children of heterosexual couples learn behavioral nuances of opposite sex from their mom and dad, in either case a male or a female child raised from same sex parents (two moms or two dads) are deprived of this knowledge which is vital for their normal interactions with their peers were majority came from heterosexual parents . They might be misunderstood as queers? Let us confine our discussion on academic ground
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Thanks for your very revailing answer, Lisa
I'm aware that diff. household show varying results in rearing children this Q is sp. to children raised in homosexual hhold from an interview: that deprived b'vioral cues how to act, behave properly w/ opposite sex , bcame ridiculed, laughed at?
My point is gay people were raised in heterosexual households!
Are you saying their parents deprived b'vioral cues how to act, behave properly w/ opposite sex. Parents don't teach boys to like girls or vice versa. That's (their) innate desire.
Rod - it's not like gay people don't interact with the opposite sex, we do it all the time. Are you trying to say that gay parents will make gay children? That's false, and how do U explain gay children of straight parents?!
Thanks for your wonderful answer, Basarien.
Thanks for the comment, but remember that behavioral cues from male or female parents are learned at home, OK you can eliminate that but how will the child interact with society where her/his idea come only from either two moms or to dads?
All things being equal, I think any child would be better off in a loving home with same sex parents than a dysfunctional home with hetero parents.
Thanks for your observations Keino.
Thanks for your commntsJacqui, I have 7 children, the 4th is lesbian, but she's my favorite very caring and concerned.This Q emanate from an interview and trying to validate it here. If the person from Hhold is psychologically balanced?Socially fit?
Aha! I think that children from same sex households are well balanced and socially fit. Studies show they are more empathetic. I have a hub about teens from same sex households that looks at several of these studies.
I am interested to read that hub, Jacqui.
Cause you asked - https://hubpages.com/family/Teenagers-of-Same-Sex-...
Thanks for the input Jacqui.