A new study found how children who were raised by same-sex parents performed just as well in social and emotional development as those raised by heterosexual parents.
The study conducted by the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), found a now strong evidence that same-sex-parented families constitute supportive environments in which to raise children, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Meanwhile, the research by Deb Dempsey found that growing up with same-sex parents had a "negligible influence" on a child's emotional wellbeing, peer relationships, capacity to behave appropriately, self-esteem, stigmatisation and overall mental health.
It was found that lesbian parents were more involved parents than their heterosexual counterparts, had better problem-solving skills and reported higher-quality relationships with their children.
The researcher said same-sex parents were also more conscious that their children could face discrimination in their lives.
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