The consensus is flawed by small-scale studies, badly framed questions and poorly understood data
A new study finds half of adults raised in same-sex households depressed.
How was same-sex marriage accepted so quickly? In part, by telling some fibs.
Pioneering research into same-sex parenting has been ignored.
Another study falsely claims that there is an ‘overwhelming consensus’ on same-sex parenting.
Do children do best when they have a father and a mother? The Conversation says No. An American expert says Yes.
A referendum is possible, says Prime Minister Tony Abbott
Are sceptics of redefining marriage really on the wrong side of history?
David van Gend's surgery in Toowoomba was vandalised over his opposition to same-sex marriage.
Then there's the four top “no difference” studies based on corrupt data...
A terrific explanation of how marriage attaches a man and a woman to their children.
A new British book challenges conventional notions of family structure.
And why did a TV network refuse to run this innocuous advertisement?
Gay Italian fashion label duo are the latest critics of gay parenting.
But new legislation in Ireland puts single and same-sex parenting on the same level.
Proof there is "no difference" between same-sex and conventional parenting is a long way off, despite what judges say.
Arguments used by Richard Posner, one of America's most famous jurists, could be turned on democracy itself.
Despite the hype about a Melbourne study it cannot tell us whether the kids are all right.
A recent study raises more questions than it answers.
Excluding mothers isn’t wholesome; it's halfsome.
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