In this programme she said:
"I believe IT ONLY MAKES COMMON SENSE THAT LESBIANS ARE BETTER PARENTS. We know that children flourish most when they are brought up in a loving and stable environment. And research has shown that it's mostly the female parent that provides that stability.The London Evening Standard told us this:
IF YOU HAVE TWO WOMEN BRINGING UP IT'S JUST COMMON SENSE THAT YOUR GOING TO GET DOUBLE THE DOSE OF THAT LOVE AND STABILITY THAT IS SO IMPORTANT.
And common sense has been backed up by scientific research. The reseearch has clearly shown that CHILDREN BROUGHT UP BY TWO WOMEN HAVE FEWER BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS, FEWER PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR SELF CONFIDENCE AND THEIR SELF-ESTEEM IS MUCH HIGHER. IT'S UP TO US TO EDUCATE OUR CHILDREN THAT FAMILIES COME IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES, NOT JUST A MUMMY AND A DADDY, 2.4 children and a Red Setter!"
"Yes, CHILDREN OF LESBIAN PARENTS ARE LIKELY TO BE TEASED AND BULLIED."
"I myself have been a registered foster parent for many years."
"The Rev Sharon Ferguson, a pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church, and her partner Franka Strietzel, 49, this week pledged to go to court after Greenwich register office refused to grant them a civil licence. Ms Ferguson, 52, today said she was willing to take her fight 'as far as possible' and that the ban was 'not acceptable IN OUR SOCIETY'... She said PUBLIC OPINION IS ON THEIR SIDE.
Ms Ferguson, who has been in a relationship with Ms Strietzel, a corporate trainer, for more than two years, said the couple wanted a full marriage because BEING FORCED TO HAVE A CIVIL PARTNERSHIP MADE THEM FEEL 'DIFFERENT AND INFERIOR'.
She said: 'The system we currently have is DISCRIMINATORY and segregates people. It IS NOT ACCEPTABLE IN THIS DAY AND AGE. I want to get married, civil partnership just wouldn't feel right for us'.
Sharon and Franka's challenge is part of the 'Equal Love' campaign, CO-ORDINATED BY HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST PETER TATCHELL. They argue that the ban on gay marriages is A BREACH OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT.
"We're absolutely convinced WE WILL HAVE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE WITHIN FIVE YEARS. Boris Johnson has already come out in support of marriage equality."And, in this day and age, when the homosexual minority is convinced and the lesbian minority deems it unacceptable, you can bet your bottom dollar that the politicians will put two fingers up at the straight majority.
"I don't support gay marriage despite being a Conservative. I support gay marriage because I am a Conservative."At a Downing Street reception for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual community on 24 July 2012, Cameron added:
“I am absolutely determined that this Coalition government will... legislat(e) for gay marriage in this Parliament... If it’s good enough for straight people like me, its good enough for everybody and that’s why we should have gay marriage, and we will.”'In this parliament.' Five years then. Just as the lovely, fluffy Australian predicted.
Gay marriage is now a done deal.