A new study of scientific literature concludes that a consensus has been reached about how well children do with same-sex parents. You can likely guess the answer—but some are rightly questioning whether it even matters.
One of the best pieces I’ve read this week is by a man who explains “How homophobia turned me against my gay mother.” Spoiler alert: He turned back—and in doing so, offers some very useful advice for all of us LGBTQ parents.
Mark Regnerus must be having a bad week. The University of Texas at Austin sociologist’s study of same-sex parents was further discredited by a new study that uses the same data but comes to vastly different conclusions.
A new study has found that children with same-sex parents receive significantly more “child-focused parent time” each day than those with different-sex parents.
Two adults with same-sex parents last week publicly defended families like theirs against those who sought to disparage them—including two gay men and a woman with two moms.