In most any discussion of the effects of homosexuality, you're likely to be confronted with two sets of statistics. The first is the infamous Kinsey "10%" claim, and the second is the hotly debated statistics of Paul Cameron. If you mention the latter, you are almost certain to be shouted down by homosexual activists because of Cameron's supposed "hate" and being "discredited."
So to get anywhere in debate, it seems that we've got to see whose statistics are corroborated in other studies. In the case of Kinsey, virtually every claim he made has been refuted--and this after the "Sexual Revolution" radically changed sexual mores. We are, by and large, a far more conservative society than Kinsey would have had us believe.
In the case of Cameron, however, his claim that homosexuals simply like to be promiscuous is getting unexpected support from homosexual "marriage" rates in Massachusetts and Vermont. More or less, less than one in five homosexual couples in these states have chosen to "marry" or form a "civil union." Even apart from the legitimate question of whether they're marrying for love or for benefits, the low rate of "making it legal" indicates that, for the vast majority of this community, promiscuity is where it's at.
Can't blame Cameron for this one.
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