I'm still not entirely sure how to accurately use halftones to depict both tone AND depth-of-field so I might be experimenting for a while, trying out different ways of toning. This has no layered shading.
Depth of field seems to be ok, for better effect in scenes like the last panel the background should have less details (I can count the cups stacked up in the kitchen!) but it doesn't really take away from DOF.
I said I HEARD that, I didn't said I believed it. But I also heard that the reason why children may be better off with gay parents other than straight is that they learn to be more tolerant than most people.
That presumes an intact household. I believe the hypothesis there is that since there's very little social pressure for gay people TO marry, the ones that do form a more stable household on average. (The reasoning there being that a not-insignificant number of straight marriages occur even when it's not best for the two individuals involved)