A prevalent stereotype about gay men is that they are promiscuous and are either unwilling or unable to have enduring or long-term relationships. However, several surveys of gay men in the United States have shown that between 40 percent and 60 percent are involved in a steady relationship. Research also suggests that a slightly higher proportion of lesbians than gay men may be in steady relationships. A 2007 study reported that two large population surveys found "the majority of gay men had similar numbers of unprotected sexual partners annually as straight men and women."
LGBT stereotypes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThen you admit it isn't a "gay lifestyle", it's a "promiscuous lifestyle".Originally Posted by Blackdog
And the problem is that saying "gay lifestyle" equates being gay with a lifestyle. There isn't a "gay lifestyle" because gay people live differently.Originally Posted by Blackdog