A Catholic University of America marriage researcher says that while same-sex couples can be loving, caring parents — they are different “by definition.”
In a presentation at the Values Voters Summit, Dr. Paul Sullins – a Catholic priest – told dozens of attendees that his recent large-scale study of parenting styles showed that children who are raised by both of their biological parents are least likely to have emotional issues.
And since it is impossible for children raised by same-sex sexual couples to have both biological parents raising them, changing the legal definition of marriage won’t help America’s children.
“I don’t have any evidence that two persons of the same sex are any less loving or caring, or extend themselves any less in lots of ways for their children than do two parents of the opposite sex,” said Sullins.
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