- Nov 12, 2008
- 1w2 sx/so/sp
uhmmm I dont know if I must point this out or not but hell I am going to anyway.....chaz was joking...when he said:I know that, but what about their child rearing capacity?
Quite possibly. Given this, I bet this accepting nature is what inspired the children to be so confident. Can you imagine tackling adolescence and learning how to express your autonomous self in a environment of acceptance?...it may be that once one has come to terms with their own sexuality and in this case the social stigma associated with being homosexual that it can open ones view quite a bit wider than say your average heterosexual. In this line of thinking such an individual I would think possesses a greater capacity to be accepting of others, would seem to lend itself rather well to child rearing.
I think this just goes to show that hetero/homosexual parents don't have much to do with the child, and development/ability. It comes down to parent involvement and social capital. It shows that the sexuality of the parents does not matter. Take that, traditionalists.