Over at Public Discourse, Professor Mark Regnerus reports on the important new study from Canada which we told you about yesterday.
Regnerus shares his opinions on the research by Douglas Allen published in the Review of the Economics of the Household last week:
Every study has its limitations, and this one does too.... [but] its limitations are modest in comparison to its remarkable and unique strengths—a rigorous and thorough analysis of a massive, nationally-representative dataset from a country whose government has long affirmed same-sex couples and parenting. It is as close to an ideal test as we’ve seen yet.
The study’s publication continues the emergence of new, population-based research in this domain, much of which has undermined scholarly and popular claims about equivalence between same-sex and opposite-sex households echoed by activists and reflected in recent legal proceedings about same-sex marriage.
Read Professor Regnerus' full piece here.