21% Of Americans Born 1997-2003 Claim To Be LGBT+
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From Gallup:

FEBRUARY 17, 2022
LGBT Identification in U.S. Ticks Up to 7.1%

Gallup periodically puts out reports mining their surveys on topics that clients will pay for for interesting background data. So, here’s one constructed from various polls with, aggregated, a sample size of 12,000 that asks about age, sex, and sexual orientation.

The percentage of U.S. adults who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or something other than heterosexual has increased to a new high of 7.1%, which is double the percentage from 2012, when Gallup first measured it. …

Roughly 21% of Generation Z Americans who have reached adulthood — those born between 1997 and 2003 — identify as LGBT. That is nearly double the proportion of millennials who do so, while the gap widens even further when compared with older generations. …

Bisexual is the most common LGBT status among Gen Z, millennials, and Gen X, while older Americans are about as likely to say they are gay or lesbian as to say they are bisexual.

Overall, 15% of Gen Z adults say they are bisexual, as do 6% of millennials and slightly less than 2% of Gen X.

Women (6.0%) are much more likely than men (2.0%) to say they are bisexual. Men are more likely to identify as gay (2.5%) than as bisexual, while women are much more likely to identify as bisexual than as lesbian (1.9%).

Basically, the demographic most likely to be fashion-victims, young women, are victims of today’s anti-heterosexual fashions:

… Prior Gallup analyses show bisexuals are much more likely to marry spouses or live with partners of a different sex than with spouses or partners who are the same sex as they are.

Which is good news. On the other hand, the Establishment's encouraging gender confusion in teenage girls is likely to lower their total fertility rate, as it will take them longer to get straightened out and realize, uncool as it sounds, what they really want is a husband and kids.

Do you think there is anybody left at the State Department who would be allowed to write up a George Kennan–like Long Telegram explaining that much of America’s foreign policy problems are due to apprehensions in Beijing, Moscow, New Delhi, Ankara, Budapest, and the like that the American deep state is, in effect, promoting unhappiness and sterility among adolescent girls, and that those perceptions are largely true, as the author’s imminent cancellation will demonstrate?

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