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Is Opposite Sex Parenting Preferable to Same-Sex Parenting?
Opposite sex parenting is preferable to same-sex parenting.
Same-sex couples may raise confused children especially when they also start their own family. They will not be aware of how opposite sexes live with each other. It may have a different psychological and emotional impact on the life of the child.
Kids with same-sex parents are more likely to get excluded and bullied.
Having same-sex parents limits the child's ability to progress in life due to prejudices in society against their parents' sexuality.
Men and women have different parenting styles (men tend to be more physical, whilst women more emotionally inclined). Having only one is missing out on the other.
Children should have role models from both sexes.
Same sex couples are generally more prepared to be good parents and provide a loving and stable home than opposite sex couples because they have to actively choose and often pay to have children.
A large number of papers concluded that children of gay or lesbian parents fare
than other children.
Same-sex parents are more likely to raise compassionate and politically/socially involved children who concern themselves with creating a fairer world.
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