Only 1.6% of Adults in the UK Identify as Gay, Lesbian or Bi-Sexual According to Government Report

by NARTH Institue

New figures published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that only 1.6% of adults in the UK identify themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual.  The figures, which were collected by the ONS for its Sexual Identity Project, show that 1.2% of people identify as gay or lesbian whilst 0.5% identify as bisexual.

Men are twice as likely as women to consider themselves gay or lesbian, with 1.6% of adult males identifying themselves as homosexual, compared to 0.8% of adult females.  The statistics show that the number of people who consider themselves as homosexual or bisexual is much lower than the figure widely cited by activists to the media.
To continue click on the link below: