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Key takeaways include: COMING OUT Everyone has a personal story of realizing their sexual orientation and coming to terms with who they are Age of Self-Described Realization: Time in the closet: 25% of LGBTQ singles came out the same year they say they "realized" their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Of those who realized before adulthood (defined as age 18), they went an average of 7 years before telling someone they identified as LGBTQ.
Family Support: 74% of LGBTQ singles say their family will support their marriage (26% will not).
Building a Family: Having children is important to 48% of younger LGBTQ singles, with lesbian women being the most likely to want kids (52%), and gay men being the least likely to want kids (36%).
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Additionally, of those who realized during adulthood, it took an average of 2.9 years to come out. Those assigned male at birth waited the longest before telling someone, with an average of 1.6 years longer compared to biologically born females.
Supreme Court Decision Effects: 17% of LGBTQ singles may be changing their mind about marriage based on the U. Supreme Court decision on marriage equality, while 61% claim the decision had no effect on their attitude toward marriage.
Only 9% expect sexual intercourse (16% gay men and 2% of lesbian women). Sexting: 50% of LGBTQ singles have sent a sexually explicit photo of themselves, with bisexual women and gay men sending the most (64% and 56%, respectively). Pr EP: 4% of gay men report using Pr EP (HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis), 8% are considering it, and 1% have used it in the past.
Those gay men who identify as being "out" are more likely to use Pr EP.
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"Nearly half of the LGBTQ population in America identifies as single, and a vast majority of these singles, some 80 percent, are seeking a committed relationship.