The kids are OK: it is discrimination not same‐sex parents that harms children

@article{Knight2017TheKA,
  title={The kids are OK: it is discrimination not same‐sex parents that harms children},
  author={Ken Knight and Sarah EM Stephenson* and Sue West and Martin B. Delatycki and Cheryl A Jones and Melissa H Little and George C. Patton and Susan M. Sawyer and Stuart R. Skinner and Michelle Telfer and Melissa Wake and Kathryn Nicole North and Frank Oberklaid},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2017},
  volume={207}
}

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