The "point" of my comment was in response to the post which stated "The thing is, children raised by married mother and father have better outcomes, spend less time in prison and more time in school, for instance, than children raised by only one of their parents."<quoted text>
Of course not. There will always be situations where the bio parents cannot, or choose not, to care for their children. So what's your point?
True, but children will do better in any other stable home environment .
The biological connection should not be severed unless there is legitimate reason for doing so. Even gay people have a mom and dad.
And this clearly is not the case.
Children can be raised by anyone as long at the parent(s) provide(s) the proper financial support,, discipline, stable environment, exposure to education, and love.
You guys act as though child-rearing is some deep mystery that only a married man and woman are capable of doing. And that simply is not the case.