Lesbigay Arguments

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June 26th, 2015, same-sex marriage is legalized throughout every state in the United States. It is one of the historical moment in the US history. However, passing the same-sex marriage is still a query now because of the concern within the traditional society and people 's minds. Nevertheless, some of the people scholars questioned about the influences of the children who raise by lesbigay parents, not the heterosexual parents. In addition, the role of parents cannot be ignored for children because they are the first people who take care and support them.
Even though heterosexual parents might not have this issue, their children still have the chances to become the lesbigay parents and raising the children. As a result, understanding the
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In addition, the scholars will design a different kind of questions due to the distinct viewpoint about the issue. However, designing the question sometimes possibly causes one of the serious problems which will cause the studies not reliable at the end or has the bias toward the certain group of people who is the researchers and scientist avoiding all the time. In Judith Stacey and Timothy J. Biblarz’s “(How) Does the Sexual Orientation of Parents Matter?” (2011), they mention that “most of the research asks whether lesbigay parents subject their children to greater risks or harm than are confronted by children reared by heterosexual parents. Because anti-gay scholars seek evidence of harm, sympathetic researchers defensively stress its absence” (160). This passage shows that the questions about the influence of lesbigay parents on their children in the studies can be designed with the bias toward the lesbigay parents. In addition, that means the results becoming the disadvantage for the lesbigay parents. Moreover, the studies should be neutral and without bias for the audience to decide which side they more belief by the evidence and data in the

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