Smoking is bad because sick smokers cost healthcare dollars, so why not ban Gay parenting?

By Derrick Hollenbeck, staff writer

Doesn’t the Left love to tell us we can’t smoke, drink too much soda, use coconut oil in our popcorn and avoid being overweight and on and on? Don’t they demand that children be allowed to have condoms in school but not aspirins?

Now based on the findings of a new large sample study conducted by The New Family Structures organization and reported on by the University of Texas, the Left should add same sex parenting, especially lesbian parenting, to its ever growing list prohibitions it dictates to us; but of course it won’t.

The study is a “pull no punches” explanation of the serious problems encountered by adults raised in same-sex households. It is doubtful the Left will like the findings of this study but here are the highlights. All of those whose lives were examined were adults aged 18 to 39 who had spent all or some of their formative years being parented by a mother or father in a same-sex relationship.

The study determined how these individuals had fared in their lives as adults.   

Children raised by lesbians did markedly worst as adults than children of intact two parent families. Almost 7 in 10 lesbian household respondents were on welfare at one time or another as opposed to 17% of those from traditional families who were in the same category. The same roughly 4 to 1 ratio held as regards current welfare recipients with 38% of lesbian raised adults still on welfare and just 10% of traditional family raised adults.

While 8% of those from traditional families were unemployed, 28% or 3 ½ times that number of lesbian raised adults were unemployed. When compared to traditionally raised adults,  lesbian raised adults were 11 times (2% versus 23%) more likely to have been sexually molested as children.

Five percent of traditionally raised adults have considered suicide in the past year, but 12% of lesbian raised adults and 24% of adults raised by two male homosexuals have experienced suicidal thoughts in the last twelve months.  Eight percent of adults raised in traditional families have been treated for “ a problem connected with anxiety, depression, or relationships” while 19% of those raised by homosexual parents have sort treatment for the same disorders.

The Left will continue to harangue us about everything they can think of and, it’s not likely that we will ever see this information appear on the nightly news, but at least know the truth thanks to this survey.         



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4 thoughts on “Smoking is bad because sick smokers cost healthcare dollars, so why not ban Gay parenting?”

  1. I’ve been saying this for a couple of decades, since the Libs started placing children/ leaving them with homosexual pairs, claiming it’s “better than having NO home and loving parenting”! Homosexuals of every stripe are dysfunctional people, which is WHY they’re homosexual to start with, and dysfunctional people can ONLY pass along to children their own dysfunctions, because that’s ALL they know TO pass to the children! As this is pushed in the faces of MORE children, in homes and in schools, we’re only going to see an increase in these PREVENTABLE problems! Libs LOVE to “create” rights where NONE exist, and having/raising children is ONE Of those areas, parenting is a PRIVILEGE granted by our Creator, NOT a right for anyone!

  2. Just when you think this website can’t possibly sink any lower, along comes a post like this.

    I give about as much credence to this “study” as I do all the posts about how all the pollsters were wrong and how Romney was going to defeat Obama. Total nonsense.

    Coach Collins and his writers live in a bubble that has very little to do with the real world.

    1. For those of you who are new to this site, Gary is the resident jackass we have here to remind us that people like him are still out there. Gary writes but never reads. This is another instance of his bad habit. Poor fool, his liberal emotions always cloud his thinking. He believes we made this up as he believes everything he reads here is made up if he doesn’t like it.
      Once again Gary, read the study then come back and challenge it.

  3. If you actually read the study, they only surveyed adopted children from the “gay parent” group… Which means these children could have been adopted up to age 17. I’m assuming a lot of them were in the foster system, which would attribute the high rate of molestation. If you really look at why these kids have so many problems, its because their straight parents were bad parents. By the time they were adopted, the damage was already done.

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