American Academy of Nursing. Those who do participate in this type of research are usually relatively open about their homosexuality and, therefore, may bias the research towards a particular group of gay and lesbian parents. The small fraction that was left either refused to answer or said they didn't know.
Marriage and other equivalent or similar unions and status.
Constitutional ban since ;   court decision pending. Worldwide laws regarding same-sex intercourse and state of expression and association. Death penalty on books but not applied. Trinidad and Tobago. Civil partnerships since
De facto union since . Countries or territories that don't have homosexual "propaganda" or "morality" laws. To become legal by May . States which supported an opposing declaration in and continued their opposition in Costa Rica. Although Roman law did not recognize marriage between men, and in general Romans regarded marriage as a heterosexual union with the primary purpose of producing children, in the early Imperial period some male couples were celebrating traditional marriage rites.
Но вот что мы знаем: ты. Элвин - единственный из всего человечества, никогда не живший раньше.
Когда он наконец ответил, то это был ответ не бесстрашного исследователя. Ребенка, потерявшегося в - Нет, - сказал он тихо, - это не было единственной причиной, - но я осознал это только .
Не понимаю,--. Бросил Олвин, забыв в эти мгновения, что робот способен действовать только по прямому указанию к отвечать только строго в рамках заданного ему вопроса.
Archived from the original on 19 October Scientific research that has directly compared outcomes for children with gay and lesbian parents with outcomes for children with heterosexual parents has found that children raised by same-sex couples are as physically or psychologically healthy, capable, and successful as those raised by opposite-sex couples,    despite the reality that considerable legal discrimination and inequity remain significant challenges for these families.
July Same-sex parenting is often raised as an issue in debates about the recognition of same-sex marriage by law. Policy debates will be impoverished if this important source of knowledge is simply dismissed as a 'he said, she said' squabble. Their findings indicate that the children with lesbian or gay parents appear less traditionally gender-typed and are more likely to be open to homoerotic relationships, which may be partly due to genetic or family socialization processes or "contextual effects," even though children raised by same-sex couples are not more likely to self-identify as bisexual, lesbian, or gay and most of them identify as heterosexual.