CWA: Study That Doesn’t Reinforce Our Biases Must Be Biased

A new study, published in the Journal Pediatrics, followed the children of 78 lesbian couples for 25 years and found that these children “were psychologically well-adjusted and had fewer behavioral problems than their peers.”

So, of course, the study simply must be biased, bogus, and false

Wendy Wright, president of the Concerned Women for America, a group that supports biblical values, questioned the legitimacy of the findings from a study funded by gay advocacy groups.

“That proves the prejudice and bias of the study,” she said. “This study was clearly designed to come out with one outcome — to attempt to sway people that children are not detrimentally affected in a homosexual household.”

Wright questioned the objectivity of Gartrell’s research, saying the author can “cherry pick people who are involved and the info they release.”

“In essence, this study claims to purport that children do better when raised by lesbians,” she said.

Studies have shown that children thrive having both a mother and a father, Wright said.

“You have to be a little suspicious of any study that says children being raised by same-sex couples do better or have superior outcomes to children raised with a mother and father,” she said. “It just defies common sense and reality.”

This coming from an organization that has repeatedly cited the “research” of Paul Cameron.