NOM even prepared a handy, dandy infographic for those that don't like all those things they use in studies...uh...words.
- Fewer children would be on families on welfare because their parents would have access to benefits that only heterosexual couples enjoy. The same goes for public assistance.
- Fewer children would have unemployed LGBT parents if Non-Discrimination laws didn't allow employers in 29 states to fire someone for being gay.
- Fewer children would be in therapy or would have parents in therapy if anti-bullying laws protected them from some of the torture they have to live with in their everyday lives.
- Fewer children would have parents with STIs if those same non-discrimination laws and marriage laws allowed them better access to things like healthcare and contraception.
- Fewer children would contemplate suicide if such homophobic sentiments didn't make their lives a living hell (and again, rinse and repeat the aforementioned laws).
What were left with is bad science, funded by anti-gay groups with little substance, but organizations like NOM put it out there like it's verifiable fact, attach a name to it, and people believe them. We shouldn't let them.