New research shows more emotional problems in children from same-sex households
February 10, 2015
A new study published in a British journal shows that children raised in same-sex households are more prone to emotional and developmental problems.
The study, released in the British Journal of Education, Society, and Behavioural Science, analyzes 512 children from same-sex households, and finds that the incidence of emotional difficulties among them is roughly twice that of children raised by male and female parents.
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