No study includes every possible situation.<quoted text>
Also, Regnerus compared SIX (6) family types, DID NOT allow for variables like divorce, abuse, alcoholism, financial stressors, etc. He simply looked at orientation.
As I said in my earlier comment, if you looked at the race of parents in the same way he looked at the orientation of parents, you would see a huge difference child-rearing outcomes.
Using your logic and the logic that Regnerus used, you would conclude that being black results in the rearing of unsuccessful children.
But as you and I both know, it's not the color of people's skin that makes the difference. It's the many other external, society-based variables that account for these differences.
Someone needs to educate you on critically examining studies so that you don't always take them at face value.
The Regnerus study did not just look at orientation. Orientation only involved one family type; gay couples.
Straw man argument with race honey. There was no racial distinction in the study. All types of black families were included.
The critical items are and have been clear for ions. Blood is thicker than water. Divorce hurts children and puts them at a disadvantage for the rest of their lives. Gay couples don't fix any of that, they only add deprivation.