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Topic - Gary Gates
A California scholar says that same-sex couples give the same reason as their opposite-sex counterparts to why they want to marry.
A new Gallup survey, touted as the largest of its kind, estimates that 3.4 percent of American adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered, a figure far below the 10 percent figure gay activists frequently use.
The number of same-sex households has grown significantly in Virginia over the last decade, U.S. Census figures show.
How many gays are there in the United States? Gary Gates has an idea but acknowledges pinpointing a solid figure remains an elusive task.
Gary Gates has an idea but acknowledges pinpointing a solid figure remains an elusive task.
"Yes, this is a credible estimate, but I'm fine to have a debate with someone about whether I'm right or wrong," he said. "The academic side of me says everything comes with caveats."