It’s late at night and so this will have be quite short. According to the New York Times, there’s a new study out of Indiana University. For the first time, a majority of Americans surveyed say their definition of family include same-sex couples with children. This is so whether the couples are married or not. The story notes that unmarried co-habiting couples–same or different sex–are not considered family in the absence of children.
No idea what to make of it at the moment, but it seems sort of interesting. Note the closing quote from David Blankenhorn, one of the proponents’ experts in Schwarzenegger v. Perry, a case I’ve been discussing here.