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01/23/2006

Study: British same-sex admissions rise 4 percentage points

by Jeremy Hooper

   A new British study conducted by MORI for The Observer indicates that the number of Brits admitting to having some sort of same-sex sexual contact has risen from 11% in 2002 to a current 15%. Of course now that quasi-marriage is legalized legalised in the UK, that percentage is likely to dwindle exponentially.

No word on how these numbers compare to America's current admitted same-sex coitus rate, though like many British imports, we fear that a few percentage points would likely get lost in translation.

Sexual Attitudes - The Observer [Mori.com]
Sex: Britain's quiet revolution [Observer]

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