22.3% of Americans Aged 18 to 27 Say They’re LGBTQ

What was the percentage of faggots in Sodom?

We have to be approaching that level.

It’s time to leave. Leave the country or leave the cities.

Don’t look back, lest you turn into a pillar of salt.

New York Post:

The number of Americans aged 18 to 27 identifying as non-straight has more than doubled in 7 years, new polling reveals Wednesday.

A survey of 12,000 Americans by Gallup revealed that 22.3% of Generation Z now say they are gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, transgender, or “other,” compared to 10% in 2017.

Holy hell.

That is quite a jump.

And 28.5% of Gen Z females say they are not straight, with 20.7% saying they are bisexual.

One expert told The Post that the reasons for the explosion in identifying as non-straight could include the effects of social media, influencers and Covid lockdowns.

Yes, you’ll recall that I told everyone that those lunatic lockdowns were going to have all kinds of effects like this.

I mean, you can go look it up. I said this.

The only reason I said it is because it was obvious.

But other experts said that Gen Z may simply feel more free to be public about their sexuality, particularly young women being happy to identify as bisexual.

The polling also revealed that the number of LGBTQ+ Americans has doubled over the past decade, with 7.6% of American adults identify as LGBTQ+.

The rate has exploded from 3.5% in 2012, when Gallup first began its polling, the company said in a statement released Wednesday.

“These changes have been led by younger Americans… [and] the generational differences and trends point to higher rates of LGBTQ+ identification, nationally, in the future.”

The LGBTQ+ population shrinks considerably among older generations. 9.8% of millennials, who were born between 1981 and 1996 say they are not straight.

The figure for Gen X, aged between 44 and 59, is 4.5%, while 2.3% of baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, and just 1.1% of the silent generation, those born before or during World War II, say they’re something other than straight.

According to the Gallup data, 0.9% of American adults currently identify as transgender. But Zoomers do at nearly three times that rate, coming in at 2.8%. An additional 1% of adults identify as nonbinary.

Each younger generation is about twice as likely as the generation that preceded it to identify as LGBTQ+,” Gallup reported.

We can blame the media and the government, and we should.

But we should also note that the chemicals in the water, in the food, in everything, are also making people gay.

Of course, that is also the fault of the media that covers up corporations dumping these toxins into our bodies and the government that allows it.

Don’t expect things to get any less weird in the short term.

If you’re still living in one of these urban hell zones, you are bringing hell down on your own soul.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.