[A] wise and loving society never intentionally creates fatherless or motherless families. . . .
The two most loving mothers in the world can’t be a father to a little boy. Love can’t equip mothers to teach a little boy how to be a man. Likewise, the two most loving men can’t be a mother to a child. Love does little to help a man teach a little girl how to be a woman. Can you imagine two men guiding a young girl through her first menstrual cycle or helping her through the awkwardness of picking out her first bra? Such a situation might make for a funny television sitcom but not a very good real-life situation for a young girl!
Here are some questions to think about. How can to loving, homosexual men teach a young boy to care for and love a woman? How will the boy observe this in a home where it doesn’t exist? What will two loving moms teach a little girl about men? How healthy will that picture be? Don’t same-sex relationships, by definition fail to provide many of the important things children need, since they are missing one of that child’s natural parents and one essential part of humanity?
Glenn T. Stanton and Dr. Bill Maier, “Marriage on Trial: The Case Against Same-Sex Marriage and Parenting,” pg.71