Pesquisa revela que casamento gay é tão estável quanto uniões heterossexuais - Galileu. A crença de que uniões estáveis entre casais do mesmo sexo sejam menos duradouras do que casamentos tradicionais não condiz com a realidade.
Ao menos esta é a conclusão de uma pesquisa realizada nos Estados Unidos pelo sociólogo Michael Rosenfeld, da Universidade Stanford, que acompanhou 3.009 casais de diversas partes do país entre 2009 e 2013. Entre os selecionados, 471 mantinham uma relação homoafetiva. Ao comparar as taxas de separação durante o período, o pesquisador descobriu que elas não apresentaram diferenças substanciais. New research on same-sex households reveals kids do best with mom and dad. February 27, 2015 (ThePublicDiscourse.com) -- A new study published in the February 2015 issue of the British Journal of Education, Society, and Behavioural Science appears to be the largest yet on the matter of same-sex households and children’s emotional outcomes.
Want to be happy as a homosexual? Practice physical and mental continence: French ‘gay activist’ AUSTRALIA, February 5, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) -- A 26-year-old Australian mom has given birth to five healthy babies, all conceived naturally, after refusing the doctor’s advice that she must abort three of them in order to give the remaining two a better chance at life.
“After my initial ultrasound I was told I could consider the selection method to give 2 babies the best chance in life,” wrote mom Kim Tucci in a Facebook post last September. “I watched a YouTube video on the procedure and I cried. I could never do that! Was I selfish for not giving two the chance of 100% survival? All I knew is that I already love them and that every heart beat I heard I connect with them more. Last Thursday Kim and her husband Vaughn welcomed the five new members into their family — one boy and four girls —increasing the number of their children from 3 to 8.
The quintuplets’ story began last March, after Kim and Vaughn had been trying for six months to conceive just one more child for their family. Huffington Post Writer Takes My Challenge on Gay Marriage Question and Fails Badly. July 12, 2015|11:12 pm Michael Brown holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a professor at a number of seminaries.
He is the author of 25 books and hosts the nationally syndicated, daily talk radio show, the Line of Fire. In response to my article "Why Two? The Question Gay Activists Cannot Answer," James Perron penned an article titled "Polygamy Is Not the Next 'Gay Marriage. " In his response, he dissed The Christian Post (one of the sites where my article was posted), dissed me (for writing a "a book on how Christians will reverse the course of the 'gay revolution'," referring to my forthcoming book Outlasting the Gay Revolution), and dissed the return of Jesus (as something not likely to happen, let alone any time soon).
Perron writes that, "[Brown] claims, and I suggest he's lying, 'I have not yet received a single cogent answer.' Perron's non-answer to the question is glaring. Then by all means, Mr. Abstinent gay man: Gay ‘marriage’ is really about ‘incremental totalitarianism’ Note: To sign a petition to Dolce and Gabbana urging them not to back down from their remarks supporting traditional marriage, click here.
March 20, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - Six Americans raised by homosexual parents sent a letter of support thanking openly gay fashion legends Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana for their recent remarks defending the traditional family. Marriage. Marriage, a legally and socially sanctioned union, usually between a man and a woman, that is regulated by laws, rules, customs, beliefs, and attitudes that prescribe the rights and duties of the partners and accords status to their offspring (if any).
660zypwj. MARRIAGE IS SLOWLY DYING IN SCANDINAVIA.
A majority of children in Sweden and Norway are born out of wedlock. Sixty percent of first-born children in Denmark have unmarried parents. Not coincidentally, these countries have had something close to full gay marriage for a decade or more. Same-sex marriage has locked in and reinforced an existing Scandinavian trend toward the separation of marriage and parenthood. The Nordic family pattern--including gay marriage--is spreading across Europe. More precisely, it has further undermined the institution. This is not how the situation has been portrayed by prominent gay marriage advocates journalist Andrew Sullivan and Yale law professor William Eskridge Jr.
Yet the half-page statistical analysis of heterosexual marriage in Darren Spedale's unpublished paper doesn't begin to get at the truth about the decline of marriage in Scandinavia during the nineties. Take divorce. Many Swedes say `I don't' to nuptials. January 16, 2004|By Scott Shane | Scott Shane,SUN STAFF STOCKHOLM, Sweden - When Anna Jerkovics and Mia Rotberg got married in Stockholm's stone-towered city hall in 2001, it was a bit of a shock to their friends.
Not because they both are women. But because they chose to marry at all. "None of our friends, gay couples or straight couples, with children or without children, was married," says Rotberg, 34, a preschool teacher. "We were the first.