With the small amount of characters I'm allowed to type, I will debate that having a child outside of marriage isn't as bad as my opponet thinks.
Marriage is a manmade thing, without children outside of marriage, humanity wouldn't of evolved nor surrived as a species. Secondly, how is it bad for a child? The parent isn't teching the kid how to hate marriage or love, the parent just had something go wrong. If anything, the parent could use their situation as an example for the child as to what not to do. It is better to have the child growing up with parents who aren't married, a parent not around or seeing both parents at seperate times than it is to have the parents be in a unhappy marriage constantly fighting and being sad.
If you accept the situation soberly, it is clear that a child born in the family, will instinctively understand that it was expected that he coveted. He will not feel slighted harm other children. Even if the parents are not happy together, in nature have the right mom and dad under one roof. I'm not talking about all the people.I believe that every unborn child has the right to a loving family, a stable and constant.
If you will begin to use psychology of the child's mind, you must provide evidence. Without evidence, the argument is invalid. Besides, occurs in nature? Marriage isn't a natural thing. When's the last time you saw a dog or spider get married?
About child psychology, everything is clear. Even to a child that is understandable. Opponents are respected, it is not a spider or a dog. It's about humanity. A man and woman are made for each other. For a family. To continue the healthy kind. Healthy children - this is a welcome child, which has two high-grade parents.
Humanity is linked to every life, because every species and life has evolved. Humanity is still part of nature. Besides the fact, you failed to provide evidence for your psychology arguments, therefore, you're arguments are opinions and nothing more. The whole "made for each other" thing is debatable and shouldn't be considered an actual argument. You've also failed to prove that having a child outside of marriage would make a unhealthy child. I've seen a lot of healthy and happy children who weren't born with married parents. Therefore, you have failed to meet the burden of proof needed on your side. I erg you, to vote Pro.