Why does it matter that the couple is gay? Couples argue in general. Why do people disagree? Why do people like different things? To argue is natural and couples need to work things out and discuss things, regardless of gay or not.
There is no such thing as illegally married gay couples. There are only legally married gay couples (with or without state recognition), and unmarried gay couples.
As of 2014, in the US about 20% of gay couples are parents.
The reasons are exactly the same for gay couples as they are for straight couples: commitment, love, stability, security, children, etc.
As often as straight couples.
Gay parenting is not prevalent on any continent. The United states has the most gay couples with children (as of 2017, about 20% of gay couples are raising children). In South America, the numbers are much lower.
No. The children of same sex couples are not more likely to be gay.
Numbers aren't tracked for this statistic, but about 15% of gay couples adopt children.
gay couples and straight couples are pretty much the same just have different likes and dislikes. both get same benefits.
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Yes, gay couples were punished, they were often inflicted by means of fire so as to purify the unholy actions
Many gay couples across America have adopted children. Statistics aren't measured on same-sex adoptions, but as of 2014, about 20% of American gay couples are raising kids.
Of course, employers should treat gay couples and heterosexual couples the same way. If it's to the company's advantage to offer partner benefits to unmarried couples, it should offer those benefits to both heterosexual and gay couples. In many jurisdictions, companies may be required to offer benefits to spouses of employees. If this is the case, they should offer the same benefits to married gay couples that they offer to married straight couples.