So how does calling a same sex couple's, only one of which can be the child's biological parent, relationship "marriage" significantly improve the quality of the child's childhood?<quoted text>
Can you prove that the children raised by gay parents do better if their parents are unmarried? That's the only question, here.
Could this reasoning be applied to plural marriage families, where at least both biological parents are present?
How do "we know this" when the research is very limited, as are the number of subjects available for research?We already know that there is no difference between children raised by stable gay couples and stable straight couples. That's not the debate, and there is no push to prevent gay couples from raising children, either their own, or children they legally adopt.
This about marriage, and it's benefits to families and kids.