A child raised by gay parents will become gay. This is just natural, as they have grown up around nasty homosexuals, they will become one too. This is becoming a growing problem as people have been more and more accepting of what is wrong (homosexuality). Even worse is transgenders, in which you can read more about here.
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A child must be raised by a man and a woman, i have nothing against same sex couples but when it comes to the issues of raising a kid I disagree. A child needs parents of both gender to raise it. There is what he draws from the female parent and male parent.
Of course, of course, of course, it doesn't mean that there aren't bad straight parents and that there aren't good gay parents. The same way there are great single parents but I still wouldn't say it's the ideal. They need the unique benefits of both a mother and a father. It's not the same as two men or two women. And for feminists trying to connect the dots of course of course of course it means that men and women are very much different. It must be recognized because they both bring different contributions to the table.
Throughout human history, the beginning of the downward spiral of societies has been the demoralization of the people. In our lack of knowledge of history and our lack of submission to a higher good, we are condemning ourselves to suffer the collapse of western civilization. It is not due to homosexuality, any more than an egg is responsible for a cake. All of the ingredients of our de civilized, immoral trajectory work together to that end.
Children might be better off being raised by good parents, but children should know who their biological mother/father is. Now, this will cause controversy. Adoption. Well, adoption is either when one, the parents cannot take care of the newborn, or two, both of the parents perished.
I personally believe that a gay couple will not be too successful raising a child. A straight couple might know how to take care of the child better.
I am straight but still a supporter of L.G.B.T and It should not matter if the parents are straight or not. Either way they are still parents. I believe that everybody is equal regardless of ethnicity, Gender, Gay or straight, or even age. Parents are parents and love is love.
I don't understand what the big deal is - the gays mind their own business and not criticizing what straight people do in the privacy of their bedrooms. Some gays are religious and attend churches that don't ostracize them for being gay. They love their god just as much as the bigoted believers do. They want acceptance. They don't want to be harassed when they go out to dinner, or when they come out of a court house celebrating their marriage. They are just people like everyone else. They have every potential to be wonderful, loving, doting parents that can speak about what prejudice is like, and what it's like to be bullied for their sexuality.
Whether a couple is straight or homosexual has no relevance to how their child is raised. What matters is their values, morals, and convictions. There have been many cases of straight couples being abusive and cruel towards their children and many cases of gay couples being wonderful parents. These things have nothing to do with the sexual orientation of the parents and everything to do with their personalities.
No, it does not matter if parents are straight or gay. What matters is how they raise their kids and how much love and support they show them. A child raised by a loving, supportive gay couple will be better off than a child raised by a straight couple who is abusive or ignores the child completely. The sexual orientation of parents does not matter. It is the parenting skills that matter.
The entire debate over sexual orientation is a ridiculous and dated concept. I have no need to know who people like to have sex with which is what we are asking when we ask someone's sexual orientation. Whether or not one falls in love with their own gender or the opposite does not define their moral compass and that is what is important when raising a child.