Nearly 20% of teens report change in sexual orientation


Former Staff
Apr 2007
A study in North Carolina says one in five teens reported have changed their self-identified sexual orientation.


The study, conducted between 2014 and 2016, found that 19 percent of these students reported at least one change in their “self-labeled sexual identity” over the course of the study, according to the release, and some reported more than one change.

This could mean that a student who identified as heterosexual one year identified as bisexual the next, the release says.

“To be clear, we’re talking about internally driven changes in sexual orientation,” J. Stewart, Ph.D. student at N.C. State and lead author of a paper on the study, said in the release. “This research does not suggest these changes can be imposed on an individual and does not support the idea of conversion therapy. There’s ample evidence that conversion therapy is harmful and does not influence anyone’s sexual orientation.”

More girls than boys reported these changes, the study found.

Twenty-six percent of girls reported a change in sexual identity, while 11 percent of boys did so, the release says.
Jul 2011
One of the stupidities things I've ever heard.

You can't change science. Boy or girl.

Dick or Pussy.
Mar 2019
In Sunday School with Hognoxious
For several years the Left has taught these kids they might be 1 of 62 different genders. Single mother households, no dad around to tell them it's all BS. No wonder they are confused.
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