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Homosexual teens more than twice as likely to fall pregnant than heterosexual peers

Research shows, homosexual teens have significantly higher pregnancy rates than their heterosexual peers.

“Numerous studies across many nations find that sexual-minority youth aged 14 to 19 have pregnancy rates two to seven times greater than their heterosexual peers. And their pregnancy rates continue to rise at a time when the overall teen pregnancy rate is declining in the United States,” according to Glenn T. Stanton of The Federalist.

“This pregnancy phenomenon confounds that narrative in a dramatic way, and it can’t be ignored… That’s a great deal of pregnancy-possible sex going on among teens and adults who are supposedly ‘born that way’ to want non-pregnancy-possible sex,” Stanton added.


The surprising statistic suggests that for many, lesbian sexual orientation is not a fixed identity, but rather something that fluctuates.


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