Kids raised by same-sex couples 'fare just as well as those in other families'
The number of same-sex families in the UK has increased sharply in the last decade (Picture: Getty Images) The children of same-sex couples fare as well as those with heterosexual parents – and may do even better in some aspects, a study has found. The research, which also looked at children with trans, queer and bisexual parents, found those who grew up in ‘sexual minority’ families were more tolerant of diversity and nurturing towards young ch…
Children of same-sex parents see outcomes as good or better than heterosexual couples: study
A new study found that children of same-sex parents have home lives and outcomes that are as good or better than those of heterosexual couples. The research, published in the BMJ Global Health journal, analyzed 34 studies across countries where same-sex marriage is legal. In the study, they compared the development of children who were…
Kids Raised By Same-Sex Parents Fare Same As—Or Better Than—Kids Of Straight Couples, Research Finds
Having same-sex parents could have “some advantages for children” compared to children of straight couples, researchers said after poring through decades of studies published since 1989.
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