As the faggot parade/AIDS walk gets underway in Edmonton (complete with the irrational cheerleading you've come to expect), it's perhaps a good time to rain on their parade a little (since it is not, in fact, raining on their parade†):
In surveys conducted in 2002 and 2011, pollsters at Gallup found that members of the American public massively overestimated how many people are gay or lesbian. In 2002, a quarter of those surveyed guessed upwards of a quarter of Americans were gay or lesbian (or "homosexual," the third option given). By 2011, that misperception had only grown, with more than a third of those surveyed now guessing that more than 25 percent of Americans are gay or lesbian. Women and young adults were most likely to provide high estimates, approximating that 30 percent of the population is gay. Overall, "U.S. adults, on average, estimate that 25 percent of Americans are gay or lesbian," Gallup found. Only 4 percent of all those surveyed in 2011 and about 8 percent of those surveyed in 2002 correctly guessed that fewer than 5 percent of Americans identify as gay or lesbian.As you might guess, as the practitioners of a disgusting and inferior lifestyle celebrate their depravity today, I'll be doing something productive at home. Like re-painting my gun cabinet.
† Of course, since the final destination of the uranists is already a pretty hot place, I suppose its fitting that their earthly time is spent trying to get accustomed to it.