My answer to What if, eventually, we are all wrong about gay parenting, and it is indeed harmful to kids?
Answer by Desmond Last:
We all strive for a balanced lifestyle. Many whose lives are not balanced in their formative years experience problems of social cohesion in their later years.
There is absolutely nothing wrong in two gay people in a loving union wanting to bring up children. But I believe that the children they bring up should spend time being able to understand heterosexual relationships which are in the majority and which they are more likely to be in.
It is only a view and one which should not be legislated or enforced but there are some gay people who are anti-heterosexual. Just as their are some heterosexual people who are anti-gay. The majority of heterosexuals have adjusted their attitudes to gay lifestyles so I believe that gays should do the same for any children they bring up.
I am however totally against a child not knowing who her or his birth parents were or are. This I state as an adopted child who does not know who is birth parents are.
To not know who you are by descent will leave you questioning your ancestry for your whole life. It is as if a bit of you is missing.
For all I know I could be next in line to the throne of the United Kingdom – lol.
I would like to see a law change to ensure children know who were their biological founders were or are.
I also believe that medical experimentation should not try and grow life forms, develop bio-mechanical life-forms or allow men to womb babies. The law should ban such experimentation.