The Hill reports:
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 raised by couples that identified as gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer or transgender — with those raised by heterosexual parents.
Their results suggested that children, especially those around preschool ages, may have a better psychological adjustment when raised by LGBTQ couples than those raised by heterosexual couples.
Read the full article.
The abstract for the meta analysis is here.
A new study found that children of same-sex parents have home lives that are as good or better than those of heterosexual couples. https://t.co/9dvm3lRpsI
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