I'm not anti-gay. Idgaf what people do in their bedrooms, as it's not my business. However, with the emphasis put on the LGBT community in the media and on the web, you'd think that one in three people were a member of the community. This is not the case. One in twenty people, on average, is LGBT.
A comparable demographic in the U.S. would be Asians. They are also 4% of the population. There are no calls to check your pronouns around them, nor are there Asian pride rallies. And don't feed me the line about how Asians are less discriminated against--- we penalize their test scores for college admittance just for their race and we put them in internment camps in the not-so-distant past. BUT THERE ARE NO PROTESTS.
My question is.... why is there such a discrepancy between the two statistics?