Half of British men think two gay dads cannot raise children as well as male-female couples, new research shows.
In a new survey, it shows men and women are deeply divided on whether gay men should become parents.
While 47% of men are opposed to a child being raised by two fathers, 70% of women are support gay couples adopting.
When it comes to lesbian partners raising children, views are softer, but a gender gap remains.
42% of men doubt same-sex female couples’ ability to raise children, in comparison to 27% of women.