As long as a study and it's results was thoroughly peer-reviewed, why would it matter who conducted the study?<quoted text>
Not at all, only when it is related to research related to their own orientation. A clear conflict of interest that has proven to be biased.
Another example would be two lesbian researchers doing research on lesbian family studies. We all know where that led...
When studying what criteria is used in a study, and examining the final outcome, it's not hard to figure out if that study was correct or not.
That's why there IS a peer-review process.
For instance the Regnerus study failed on many points. Can you show where the study you mention failed?