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martes, 27 de junio de 2017

Here's How Many LGBQ People Actually Got Married After That Historic SCOTUS Decision

Here's How Many LGBQ People Actually Got Married After That Historic SCOTUS Decision
- The poll found that as of this year, 10.2% of LGBQ people are married to someone of the same gender, which is up from 7.9% the months before SCOTUS legalized marriage equality across the country. It's only slightly higher than in 2016, though, when 9.6% of LGBQ people were married to someone of the same gender.
Though that percentage may seem small, if broken down by the 12,832 people identified as LGBT, it accounts for about 130 LGBQ people who are now married — that's a whole bunch of weddings.