Jerred saidIt is. Only because of lack of real understanding or concern when it comes to brotherhood. THe gay community is oblivious to it the most. I can give you countless HUGE PUBLIC scenarios that prove my point. They reach far beyond the straight communities self respect. Ask me for details and I will point out the disgusting details. Straight people DO NOT AFFECT SOCIETY nearly as much as the gay community does when it comes to sex and conduct. I WON'T BE PERSUADED HERE. I know the fact all over the world. Does this mean you are a loser and one of them? NO. It means listen to the fuck I have to say and ignore these fucking "married" couples living in a cloud which there are only a few of them and KNOW there is something seriously wrong here in society. Believe me, I am not wiping off my shoes and telling you this as though I am a saint. I dove through it and when I got out I realized fuck man, these people dont love me. Even worse they should know it themselves because they gave me HIV. Skeptical of the details I can tell you the person that gave me HIV tried to convince me of something very insane afterwards. In the straight world it is neither perfect also... But at least you have one less abstraction to deal with.... SEX. Makes the whole situation less complicated. Truth comes from the heart and not from any other body part.
I would like to see some more credible statistics to the facts all over the world...
I believe you have a unique experience. However, it seems your experiences might have confused 'facts' from your personal experiences.
You have some valid points, but your specific experiences are not enough to write that sex is less complicated in the Non-LGBTQ world. Take the many TV shows: Riki Lake, Sally Jesse Raphael(sp?), Maury Povic(sp?), Montel, the many Spanish-speaking talk shows of a similar ilk, and of course Jerry Springer.
They mostly managed to have the majority of 365 days of the year FULL of at least 5 DIFFERENT non LGBT instances of extra-marital and pre-marital sexually complicated affairs. This does not include the many others who applied to appear and were not accepted onto the show.
Let's take a mathematic approach to this let's say 52 weeks of air time minus 12 weeks of re-runs and holiday hiatus times 5 days per week, equals: (52-12)*5= 200. Now multiply that number of shows times an average of five instances, equals: 5*200= 1,000. There were at least three people involved, so we multiply that by 3, equals: 1000*3=3000.
That's 3,000 individuals on television per show in one year. Let's multiply that by the 5 named shows above, that's: 3000*5= 15,000 non-LGBTQ people with sexually complicated relationships. This doesn't include the other people, not on the show, with whom they were having sex. If we use the guide that one-in every ten persons is LGBTQ, then the numbers would compare: 15,000 non-LGBTQ persons to 1,500 LGBTQ persons would have sexually complicated relationships.
Let's say the show lasted 5 years. That's 15000*5= 75,000 non-LGBTQ instances versus 1500*5= 7,500 instances of LGBTQ instances over 5 years.
And, these are just the 'cheating on me' shows, not to mention the 'I don't know who my father is' shows..
In addition, the last fact I checked showed that non-LGBTQ marriages end in divorce by a rate of 70%. SEVENTY PERCENT OF ALL non-LGBTQ marriages END in DIVORCE.
AGAIN, I understand your particular experience is awful, and I would wish you an exceedingly better life.
But, non-LGBTQ people are just as messed up as it seems LGBTQ people might be portrayed.