Look twirly boy, you're going to have to do better to prove your point. I'm not saying that gay families aren't equal. You are. Where you fail, miserably, is in your inability to admit that the comparisons need to be done on a level playing field. You want to compare children from marriages that have maintained both biological parents (therefore unfailed marriages) to marriages that have one adoptive parent and one biological parent - the gay couples who've got children that fell into the age range dictated by the study you've cited. These, by definition are failed marriages.<quoted text>
You previously posted those now admittedly faulty studies as proof.
Now you are saying gay families are not equal because of bigotry.
That new twirl flies in the face of history, nature and common sense.
But hey, that's never stopped you before, has it?
If you want any credibility for your comparisons, you need to compare the subsequent homosexual relationships from failed marriages to the subsequent heterosexual relationships from failed marriages.
That I even have to explain this to you is a clear reflection of the lack of understanding that a life coach has compared to a trained psychologist. You're either too stupid to understand the concept or you're unwilling. That is your problem, not mine.