We live in a society that has grown more sensitive to people of the same sex marrying than ever before. Look at the field of presidential candidates, almost 60 percent of whom (no matter how they feel personally) are showing sympathy and tolerance for this so-called institution of marriage. It's also well known that many of these married couples, in order to legitimize their lifestyle, adopt children immediately: Pop psychologists and other experts will do their darnest to make a convincing argument, that what matters most is the child having a home with love and financial stability. What is often not discussed in these debates is the life expectancy of couples in same-sex marriage versus those in heterosexual unions. Did you know that the average spouse in a gay union lives to the age of 52, compared with age 77 for heterosexual couples? Let's just trace the history of these marriages. It’s critical that we separate what is factual from this powerful PR campaign. According to figures generated by the census bureaus of Denmark and Norway, in Denmark, the country with the longest history of gay marriage, between 1990 and 2002, men married to women died at a median age of 74, while the 561 partnered gays died at a median age of 51. In Norway, men married to women died at a median age of 77 and the 31 gays at a median age of 52. In Denmark, women married to men died at a median age of 78 compared to a median age of 56 for the 91 lesbians. In Norway, married women died at a median age of 81, as compared with 56 for the six married lesbians. Considering these statistics, do you now believe that vulnerable children should be raised in such an unstable environment?