Lesbian Moms Do It Better – Raising Kids

Of course, gays do most everything better!  Is it a big surprise this week a study shows that being raised by two mothers does not hinder healthy psychological development?  A  study  was conducted as the first generation of children conceived by lesbians by insemination turn 18.

In fact, lesbian mothers rated their 17-year-olds higher in social and academic skills, and lower in rule-breaking and aggression, than mothers of teenagers who also had a father.

The U.S. study appears in the journal Pediatrics.

“There are so many places in the United States where same-sex couples are not allowed to adopt or foster children in need,” said Nanette Gartrell of the University of California, San Francisco, who started the study in 1986.

“But there is not a single study that has shown there are any problems in terms of psychological adjustment of the child.”