Posted by tecwrg on 7/1/2013 2:13:00 PM (view original):
Posted by burnsy483 on 7/1/2013 1:15:00 PM (view original):So you've never noticed that, physical characteristics aside, men and women are different? Different in the way that they think, in the way that they communicate, or in the way that they approach problems or situations?
Posted by MikeT23 on 7/1/2013 12:47:00 PM (view original):The 6 year old isn't going to care, because he doesn't know any better. He's going to love his parents, just like any child would. You're afraid he's going to be made fun of? Kids are made fun of about everything. I was suspended for a day in middle school because some kid was relentlessly making fun of my shoes and kicking me, so I punched him in the face. If a kid wants to make fun of you, he'll make fun of you. Schools are getting better and better at dealing with bullying. You can find a ton of help online and organizations whose goal is to curb the bullying that takes place.
You're also an adult(at least in age). Ask a 6 year old. You know, the people they'll be hanging around with all day.
And it's kinda besides the point. tec thinks children with same-sex parents aren't raised as well as opposite sex parents. I'm thinking that's not the case, and don't totally understand the "mom teaches you one thing, dad teaches you another thing" idea.
Was your relationship with your mother exactly the same as the relationship with your father when you were growing up?
Is that true for all of your friends and co-workers?
Generally, yes, men and woman are different in the way they think, communicate, etc. There are several good ways to solve problems or situations. A lot of times, parents agree on the best way to solve a problem.
No, my relationship with any 2 people I've ever met have been different.