By Jennifer Thieme, Director of Fincance and Advancement, Ruth Institute

This article was first published at clashdaily.com on March 14, 2013.

Some Republican leaders recently announced their support of gay marriage, and some others claim they are following Abraham Lincoln’s legacy by supporting it. Lincoln is one of the most famous Republicans and is most well known for freeing the slaves. I was disappointed by these modern-day Republicans, because certain features that look like slavery are beginning to emerge in gay custody disputes.

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An interview with Doug Allen, a member of the Ruth Institute Circle of Experts, by Paul Bedard

First published December 6, 2012, at The Washington Examiner

Countering previous studies that found little difference between kids of same sex couples and those in a traditional marriage, a new report reveals that children of gay parents are 35 percent less likely to make normal progress in school that those living with their own married parents.

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“I am relieved that this ideologically motivated witch hunt has ended… These charges were so frivolous they did not even merit a formal investigation.”

– Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, President of the Ruth Institute –

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By Trayce Hansen, Ph.D.

As mental health professionals, it’s our ethical and moral obligation to support policies that are in the best interest of those we serve, particularly those who are most vulnerable—namely, children. Same-sex marriage may be in the best interest of adult homosexuals who yearn for social and legal recognition of their unions, but it’s not in the best interest of children.

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

This article was first published at Mercatornet.com on June 26, 2008.

Britain and Canada are well ahead in the race to make fatherhood completely redundant.

Last fall, I debated same-sex marriage at a university in Florida. I argued that treating same-sex unions identically with marriage would lead to marginalizing fathers from the family even more than they already are. At the time, I viewed that as a long-term prediction. I did not realize I would be proven correct in less than a year.

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