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Is a two-dad household detrimental to a child's development?

Yes
13%
No
88%
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David Walden Says:

Sat, Sep 08 2012 06:04 AM

Of course its detrimental - any child or parent with an IQ above 50 recognizes that each parent (Mom/Dad) contribute differently to the family. When the family structure is broken -everything else outside the family falls apart, with very, very, very, few exceptions.


William Richter Says:

Sat, Jun 16 2012 12:27 AM

I have never seen a more prejudicial (bigoted?) poll than this one. Why just a poll based on gender? Why not a poll on parenting based on race, or ethnicity, or religion? It's because that would insinuate that something is wrong with those groups just like this misguided poll. A parent can be a "good" or "bad" parent regardless of their race, gender, or religion. So, Happy Father's Day to all dads who love their kids, and a Twice As Happy Father's Day to those families with two dads.


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