posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 02:27 PM
An estimated 9 million Americans -- or nearly 4 percent of the total population -- say they identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender,
according to a new report released this week from the Williams Institute, a think-tank devoted to LGBT research at UCLA.
Bisexuals make up slightly more than half that group, 1.8 percent of the total U.S. population, and they are substantially more likely to be women
I don't have a problem with anyone being gay. I am having a problem understanding why such a small percentage of Americans have such a huge voice in
American culture. The 96% of Americans who are not gay seem to be getting bashed for it. I have not heard of any gay people being wronged. All i am
hearing is 4% of the population screaming injustice where there is none. I see our school policies being changed to suit 4% of the population. This is
just wrong. 96% of the population should not have to bow to the wish's of 4%.