Yeah, so what? It doesn't mean that one is better than another. It just means that they are different. The same is true with respect to a child being able to grow and develop with parents with "alternative" lifestyles. One lifestyles is not necessarily better than another, just different.
We have represented single, gay and lesbian, older, mixed race, handicapped, people with some history of medical or emotional or psychiatric problems, blended families, and other types of individuals who may not fit into the idealized fantasy of Mr. and Mrs. Americana Parents. Agency policies may exclude you, but the law does not automatically exclude people based on being different.
We advise, advocate, and represent PARENTS and would-be PARENTS with regard to matters relating to children. Our job is to work for our clients, not to evaluate their lifestyles.