The principal argument for traditional marriage is that it is uniquely beneficial to children. The campaign for same-sex marriage (“SSM”) denies this argument and claims that same-sex couples are just as good as other parents; there is “no difference” between the two. This article analyzes this claim and concludes that it is unsubstantiated and almost certainly false.
biological family, traditional marriage, married biological parents, same-sex marriage, same-sex parents, children’s rights, Convention on the Rights of the Child, children’s sexuality, durability and fidelity, assisted reproduction, adoption, parent and child
Place of Original Publication
Ave Maria Law Reviw
No Difference?: An Analysis of Sam-Sex Parenting
Dent, George W., "No Difference?: An Analysis of Same-Sex Parenting" (2011). Faculty Publications. 570.