Besides his lack of data about same-sex couples in Illinois, researchers pointed out Dr. Cameron's flawed assumption that the gender of pedophiles' victims correlates to adult sexual attraction; that he applied nationwide data on homosexuality to a predominantly Chicago-based population of foster homes; and that he cited many of his own studies, including two previous ones that attempted to calculate the proportion of sexual abuse that is same-sex based on small sample sizes of six and 25 cases of abuse, respectively.
Now, I don't think anyone here would label me as some sort of radical gay-rights activist. But I am most certainly honest. And that trait of honesty compels me to point out that any arguments based upon this highly-flawed study are totally bogus.
Perhaps this is an issue worthy of serious debate. And perhaps the pro-ban side has some valid arguments to make. But this ain't one of them, unless they've got some legitimate research to back up this incredible claim.
And apparently, they don't.