The religion called LGBT should be withstood with all vigor by all normal people. Before you brand me homophobic, stop and think! The branding of everyone who extols heterosexuality as homophobic contradicts all reason– including statistics 101.
The “normal distribution” curve for instance recognizes a domain involving the majority of occurrences. With LGBT however comes a strong delusional attempt to twist the rules by identifying the vast majority as abnormal while the pitiable minority claim normality.
Are these mere semantics, no. Statistics show that in Australia, among ages of 16 and 59 in 2001/2002, 97.4% of men identified as heterosexual, 1.6% as gay and 0.9% as bisexual while 97.7% of women identified as heterosexual, 0.8% as lesbian and 1.4% as bisexual.
An executive summary published by the Williams Institute in 2011 states that only “an estimated 3.5% of adults in the United States identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual and an estimated 0.3% of adults are transgender.” This gives a heterosexual population of about 96.2%.
In Canada, a survey of 5,514 college and university students under the age of 25 found 1% who were homosexual and 1% who were bisexual. This means that 98% of Canadian students are heterosexual.
Similarly, the HM Treasury and the Department of Trade and Industry of the United Kingdom reported that only 6% of the British population were gay as at 2005. In 2010, the UK office of National statistics revealed that an only 1.5% of the UK population say they are gay, lesbian or bisexual.
By simple statistical comparisons therefore, the LGBT population falls under the abnormal group. This pitiable minority of people are however so vocal that they question the intelligence of the vast majority. They brand the vast majority homophobic. Isn’t it time we told them to their faces that they are the normophobes?
1. Executive Summary. Read more :How many people are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender?
2. UK LGBT statistics. Read more: UK gay, lesbian and bisexual population revealed