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Each family is non-traditional in its own way

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 Adult children from same-sex families remember their moms and dads.

Can children in same-sex families be happy? How are they perceived by those who surround them? Can a same-sex family bring up a sterling, fully fledged child? Does the sexual orientation of parents influence the tastes of their children? ‘The Paper’ [newspaper’s name] asked children who grew up in non-traditional families – those with two mothers, two fathers and a ‘Swedish family’ – those questions. Continue reading Each family is non-traditional in its own way

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