…with no religious credo, political bent, or personal elucidation attached:
- Children of gay parents are not more likely to be gay themselves.
- They may have a more difficult time being judged by their peers.
- They tend to develop a less prejudicial view of the world.
- Gay fathers place greater emphasis on verbal communication.
- They show more consistency in enforcing limits.
- They respond more reliably to the perceived needs of their children.
(From Fatherneed, by Kyle Pruett, M.D, and The Value of Children to Gay and Heterosexual Fathers by Bigner & Jacobsen.)
Do you have any research (cogent conjectures and scurvy rejoinders are also welcome) to add to this? I am interested.