Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Obama Favors the One Percenters (Homosexuals)

With much fanfare, yet minuscule reporting, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just released its National Health Interview Survey — the first large-scale survey "measuring Americans’ sexual orientation" — showing that only 1.6% of the population considers themselves to be homosexual, while 0.7% say they'll have sex with anyone, yet President Obama focuses most of his attention on the Gay Agenda.

For background, read Same-sex Household Count Tiny: US Census and also read Media Admit Propaganda Overstating Gay Population as well as Homosexuals Concentrated in Federal Government

In addition, read President Obama's latest unilateral Gay Agenda action, which is considered insufficient by homosexualists.

UPDATE 2/8/15: President Obama Floods Gay Agenda with Taxpayers' Money

-- From "Health of Gay & Straight People Compared in 1st National Survey" by Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer, LiveScience.com 7/15/14

CDC researchers recently added an option for people participating in the agency's National Health Interview Survey to indicate their sexual orientation.

The survey, conducted in 2013, included nearly 35,000 adults. Among the participants, 96.6 percent identified themselves as straight, while 1.6 percent identified as gay or lesbian, and 0.7 percent identified as bisexual. The remaining 1.1 percent didn't select any of the options.

A higher percentage of bisexual people (11 percent) experienced serious psychological distress in the past 30 days, compared with their counterparts who identified as straight (3.9 percent), according to the report released today (July 15) by the CDC.

The CDC researchers cautioned that although the report is based on a relatively large, and nationally representative group of people, the number of participants who identified as gay or lesbian or bisexual is still relatively small, and some of the estimates may not be reliable.

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From "Health survey gives government its first large-scale data on gay, bisexual population" by Sandhya Somashekhar, Washington Post 7/15/14

The figures offered a slightly smaller assessment of the size of the gay, lesbian and bisexual population than other surveys, which have pegged the overall proportion at closer to 3.5 or 4 percent. In particular, the estimate for bisexuals was lower than in some other surveys.

The inclusion of the sexual-orientation question in an influential survey used to guide government funding and research decisions was viewed as a major victory for the gay community, which has struggled with a dearth of data about its special health needs.

“This is a major step forward in trying to remedy some of these gaps in our understanding of the role sexual orientation and gender identity play in people’s health and in their lives,” said Gary J. Gates, a demographer at the Williams Institute, a research center at the University of California at Los Angeles that studies the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) population.

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From "U.S. Census Bureau Finds 1.6% of Adults Identify as Gay" by Dan Kedmey, Time Magazine 7/15/14

For the first time in 57 years the U.S. Census Bureau has surveyed adults on their sexual orientation, and the results published Tuesday show that 1.6% of adults aged 18 or over identified as gay, while another 0.7% identified as bisexual.

The figures, released by the Center for Disease Control, were slightly lower than the findings from previous surveys, which had estimated that the LGBT population comprised 3.4 to 4% of the population.

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From "Government report finds 2.3 percent of Americans gay or bisexual" by Curtis Skinner, Reuters 7/15/14

Bisexual women were twice as likely to experience serious anxiety while bisexual men were more likely to indulge in binge drinking than others, according to the survey.

Roughly twice as many women than men identified as bisexual, with 0.9 percent of female respondents saying they were attracted to both sexes. Bisexual women were twice as likely to report having serious anxiety than any other group, with almost 11 percent saying they had been distressed in the past month.

Among bisexual men, almost 52 percent said they had five drinks or more in a night during the past year compared with only 31 percent of straight men.

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Also read ObamaNation: Homosexualists Declare Victory in 'Pride Parades'