• Children in married families are less likely to be depressed as adolescents.• Children in married families are less likely to be expelled from school.For example, married men and women report greater satisfaction with family life.
Then he considers the difficulties introduced by homosexual marriage in obtaining the same benefits.
With the fundamental differences between them, considering them to be equivalent will not make it so.
Children in married homes are generally healthier physically and emotionally when they reach adulthood than children from other home situations. Unwin studied eighty-six cultures that stretched across five thousand years.
Although these are relatively recent studies, the conclusions have been known for much longer. He found that when a society restricted sex to marriage, it thrived.
However, he also found that when a society weakened the sexual ethic of marriage, it deteriorated and eventually disintegrated.
Are heterosexual couples and homosexual couples different?
• Children in married families are less likely to be sexually active.
Children benefit from traditional marriage in the same way just as was previously mentioned adults. The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth found that child poverty dramatically increased outside of intact marriages.
• Children in married families are less likely to repeat a grade in school.
• Children in married families are less likely to have developmental problems.
promiscuity, relationship commitment, number of children being raised, health risks, and rates of intimate partner violence. Gay activists often point to high divorce rates among married couples, suggesting that heterosexuals fare no better than homosexuals.