Almost Half Students at Ivy League University Identify as LGBTQ+ — Doubling the Share.
The poison fruit of radical LGBT education in schools.
At one Ivy, The number of heterosexual students went down 25.2% and homosexual students went up 26% from Fall 2010 to Spring 2023.
By Lexi Lonas, The Hill, April 27, 2023:
About 1 in 4 high school students identifies as LGBTQ, according to a report the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released on Thursday, using data from 2021.
In 2021, 75.5 percent of high school students identified as heterosexual, the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) found.
Among high school students, 12.2 percent identified as bisexual, 5.2 percent as questioning, 3.9 percent as other, 3.2 percent as gay or lesbian and 1.8 percent said they didn’t understand the question.
The CDC says the number of LGBTQ students went from 11 percent in 2015 to 26 percent in 2021.
The health organization said a potential reason for the increase in LGBTQ students could be from their wording around students who are questioning their sexuality.
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“Increases in the percentage of LGBQ+ students in YRBSS 2021 might be a result of changes in question wording to include students identifying as questioning, ‘I am not sure about my sexual identity (questioning),’ or other, ‘I describe my sexual identity in some other way,’” the report reads.
Among the high school students, 57 percent have had no sexual contact in their lives, 34.6 percent had sexual contact with someone of the opposite sex, 6 percent had sexual contact with both sexes and only 2.4 percent had sexual contact with only the same sex.
The CDC surveyed 17,508 students in 152 schools across the country……
By Alex Oliveira, NY Post, July 10, 2023:
The number of Brown University students identifying as LGBTQ+ has doubled since 2010, according to a new poll from the university’s student paper.
About 38% of students at the Ivy League school identified as either homosexual, bisexual, queer, asexual, pansexual, questioning, or other — more than five times the national rate for adults not identifying as straight.
A similar poll conducted at the school just over 10 years ago found that 14% of the student body identified as being part of the LGBTQ+ community.
The poll was conducted by the Brown Daily Herald, an independent student newspaper at the Rhode Island school, and released in June as a part of a Pride Month special issue.
It is unclear how many students were polled in the survey.
As of fall 2022, Brown had an undergraduate enrollment of 7,222 students and another 3,515 in its graduate and medical programs.
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