Nearly HALF Of Brown University Students Identify As LGBTQ – A 38% INCREASE From 13 Years Ago
Apparently almost 40% of Brown University students are LGBTQ.
Forty percent of Brown University students say they are LGBT, suggesting social contagion https://t.co/Wq2YnnN3DD
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 10, 2023
Not only is that number incredibly high – nearly half of the student population – but it is also a huge jump from 14% in 2010.
Now tell me how a 38% rise in only 13 years is not part of some social contagion…
From The Washington Examiner:
The latest data show that between 2010 and 2023, identification as LGBTQ+ has almost tripled among the student body at Brown (from 14% in 2010 saying they were not heterosexual to 38% now). “The Herald’s Spring 2023 poll found that 38% of students do not identify as straight — over five times the national rate ,” The Brown Daily Herald reported . “Over the past decade, LGBTQ+ identification has increased across the nation, with especially sharp growth at Brown.”
Obviously something deeper is happening with young people identifying as LGBTQ in America. And it’s not the left’s argument that more LGBTQ people feel “safer” nowadays to come out of the closet.
No, there is a clear social trend and LGBTQ agenda happening in this nation. One that this country has never faced before.
Per The Washington Examiner, researcher Eric Kaufmann of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology noted in comments to the College Fix that “sexual behavior has not kept pace with the identification.”
“In other words,” the outlet summarizes, “bisexual identification outstrips bisexual sexual activity.”
“If this was about people feeling able to come out, then we should have seen these two trends rise together,” Kaufmann shared.
“What we find instead is that identity is rising much faster than behavior, indicating that people with occasional rather than sustained feelings of attraction to the opposite sex are increasingly identifying as LGBT.”
Here’s a good comparison outlined by The Washington Examiner:
For example, the American Lung Association says that marketing, pressure from friends, and seeing their parents smoke cigarettes can contribute to higher rates of smoking. “Peer relationships” are also linked to alcohol abuse and drug use.
On the positive side, peer support groups can be helpful in weight loss and paying off debt.
Prominent voices in America have already begun sounding the alarms over this rise in LGBTQ-identifying young people.
Big League Politics has reported on this social contagion in the past, highlighting that the number of younger teenagers who identify as transgender has nearly doubled in the U.S. over the last few years.
The number of transgender people aged 13 to 17 in the U.S. is almost twice what it was in 2017.
Just five years ago, the Williams Institute estimates that around 0.7% of younger teens were transgender in America – making up around 150,000 teens.
As of 2022, that number appears to sit around 300,000.
A February Gallup poll showed that 7.2% of Americans identify as LGBT.
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