“Emotional Problems among Children with Same-Sex Parents: Difference by Definition,” D. Paul Sullins, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 7(2): 99-120

Large study of children raised by same-sex parents.  It finds that common biological parentage is important for optimum child well-being, rejecting the oft-cited claim that children fare just as well, if not better, than children raised by same-sex parents.  It also finds that stigmatisation of children with same-sex parents does not explain this difference.


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