The percentage of U.S. adults who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender-- or something/anything other than heterosexual-- has increased to a new high of 7.1%, which is double the percentage from 2012, when Gallup first measured it. What’s more, nearly 40% of Gen Zers and even 30% of young Christians identify as LGBTQ, as well, according to the same survey. Those numbers are truly stupefying.
Obviously, changes of this magnitude and velocity could not happen organically, or through evolution. So, what is happening? Why the illogical race away from heterosexuality? Several factors have come together in a gender-bending perfect storm. First, the rapid, general decline in traditional morality and Christian values has paved the way numerous dangerous trends. Second, the consequent tidal wave of “wokeness” washing over society and through our school systems has accelerated the trend. Teachers’ unions essentially push the trans and LGBTQ agenda along with CRT and other society-altering curricula and politically correct dogma. Peer pressure is a huge factor, too, perhaps the biggest immediate one, as kids convince their friends and fellow students that they really aren’t the sex that aligns with their genitalia. This has become “cool/hip/rad.” Being cis is so, like, yesterday…and boring.
At this rate (a doubling of U.S. adults who identify as LGBTQ every decade), by 2060 virtually 100% of the population will be LGBTQ. If that is the case, there likely won’t be much of a population at all 100 years hence. We may go the way of the dinosaur.
Speaking of which, maybe that’s what happened to them. Perhaps mighty Tyrannosaurus-Rex was actually a little light in the loafers, so to speak. Maybe Brontosaurus was asexual. Maybe we should rename Triceratops to Biceratops, if you know what I mean. Perhaps Diplodocuses all identified as the opposite sex and every Megalosaurus rejected the gender they were “assigned at birth.” Maybe Stegosauruses eventually all decided that they were non-binary. Perhaps all female Allosauruses became lesbian. What if all the other dinosaurs, too, just lost their focus on the wonders of the opposite sex and turned gay, questioning, or entirely non-sexual?
Screw the comet or climate change extinction theories, I say the dinosaurs all turned queer.
But, hey, other than extinction, it would have been fabulous!