October 6, 2016
They tell us homosexuality is something that you’re born with, a genetic problem (er, they say it isn’t a problem but is actually good for some reason – but they say it’s genetic) that affects a certain stagnant percentage of the population.
If that is the case, then why are numbers going up???
It seems to me that the only answer is that homosexualism is either
a) a learned behavior pattern,
b) the result of a hormonal problem which is becoming more prevalent due to hormonal disruptions in the environment, or
c) a combination of both those things.
One thing is for certain: if it’s increasing rapidly within a given population, then it isn’t genetic.
The overall numbers identified by the official estimates are still very small.
Just 1.7 per cent of the population identified themselves as lesbian, gay or bisexual in the ONS’s Annual Population Survey (APS) – although LGBT groups have long argued that official research, by its very nature, is likely to significantly underestimate the true level.
Nevertheless, the ONS said the 45 per cent rise was clearly statistically significant.
Overall it estimates that the number of people in the UK openly identifying as bisexual jumped from 230,000 in 2012 to 334,000 at the time of the most recent population survey carried out last year.
By contrast, the number defined as gay or lesbian rose by a more modest 8.3 per cent in that time to 586,000.
A further 206,000 were classed as “other” and the equivalent of 2.2 million refused to answer or said they did not know their sexual identity.
Altogether 6.2 per cent, or 3.3 million people if the proportion was repeated across the whole population over the age of 16, identified themselves as something other than heterosexual.
Significantly, however, the figures also show a marked divide between generations on the question of sexuality with bisexual identity overtaking the labels of gay or lesbian among under 25s.
Overall 1.8 per cent of 16 to 24-year-olds said they were bisexual, up from 1.3 per cent a year earlier. That compares with 1.5 per cent who said they were gay or lesbian.
Benjamin Cohen, chief executive of the LGBTI publisher PinkNews, said: “More and more young people are willing to admit that their sexual orientation fluctuates; that they can be attracted to someone of the same sex or someone of the opposite sex and that there is no inherent contradiction in that.
“To some that may mean they label themselves as bisexual or as pansexual.
“Twenty years ago people might have had those feelings but wouldn’t have acted upon them, they might have liked someone but just ignored it.
“Now, because of the changing society, if you are attracted to someone you can take action.
“I think that there are also a lot of quite well known celebrities who are identifying in this way, people like Miley Cyrus have described themselves as pansexual.
“Those people, who are role models to young people, give them the confidence to label themselves in that way.”
Yeah, who changed the society, Cohen?
Jesus Christ have mercy on our souls.
Benjamin Cohen the child gay-sex promoter.
Every single mainstream news article now reads like Daily Stormer satire.
I am so, so tired.