So, are you saying that kids will no longer have a mother and a father? Are you claiming that heterosexuals will no longer marry and have families? Are you trying to get us to believe that all children have always had a married mother and father?The Minnesota law highlights further implications of marriage redefinition in the law. For example, the law states that terms such as “husband,”“wife,”“mother,” and “father” that denote spousal and familial relationships in Minnesota law are to apply equally to persons in an opposite-sex or same-sex relationship.
The law also states that “parentage presumptions based on civil marriage” will also apply, thus allowing for children to have two mothers or two fathers.
We already know that you, personally, believe that a child who is raised by same-sex parents are at a horrible disadvantage; even though judges have been allowing gays to adopt children since 1993.
"A 1995 National Health and Social Life Survey by E.O. Lauman found that up to nine million children in America have gay or lesbian parents."
You'd think that out of 9,000,000 children who were raised by a gay or lesbian parent, there might be a SIGNIFICANT finding, which would make them easily identifiable as having been raised by a gay or lesbian person.
There are SIGNIFICANT variations in childhood outcomes when it comes to race or ethnicity, financial status, type of school attended and other socio-economic factors, but so far only one study suggests that there may be slight variations between those kids who were raised by heterosexual AND intact households, and those kids who were raised by a gay or lesbian parent. And even THAT study has so many holes in it, you could drive a big, pink bus through it.
Keep up the lying, little man. Maybe somebody will believe you one day.
Until then, sit down, shut up, and let the rest of us get on with our lives.