I have no problem with it.
At the root, I don't even think this is a factor in a child's development. I mean, I know plenty of heterosexual couples who aren't adequate parents. That's what worries me the most with homosexual couples having children right now. And I mean, "RIGHT NOW," in the beginning of the new millenium, this year 2002. I have very little faith in people in general, and I think that the current trend of homosexuality is just that, a trend. It's an acceptable option now, so more people are doing it for unjust causes, not because they actually love someone of the same sex. The relationships these people get involved with will often end in divorce, or worse. One partner might suddenly decide they aren't gay anymore. Things like that, and divorce, etc. will have a far worse impact on a child's development than being raised by homosexual parents.
Of course, I think that this will eventually taper out, and someday almost all homosexual couples will be devoted homosexual couples who are actually responsible enough to raise children. These are the same hurdles that inter-religion marriages and inter-racial marriages had to go through. Some of the first people who did that were simply romanticizing the idea of having and raising children in their new enviroments, without actually considering the simple ramifications that having a child in the houdehold would have. It was more important to have a child than to be able to actually raise the child.
That of course, can be extend to almost all couples. People just need to think these things though.
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