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originally posted by: rubberchicken
I've read all this thread, but must have missed why anyone should actually care why some people are homosexual.
Does it matter? Perhaps there should be research into why some people have a problem with it and can't have a live-and-let-live attitude.
Nine million people in the U.S. identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans, according to a UCLA study released Thursday. This translates to 3.5% of the population as lesbian, gay, or bi and 0.3% as trans. An additional 8.2% have participated in same-sex sexual activity,
originally posted by: goldenalien
a reply to: ANNED
That number is well above what I would have thought. That has got to put them as one of the bigger minorities in the country. It will be interesting to see what that number is in say 20 years to see if it is growing. If it is growing that would mean there has to be some evolutionary advantage right?