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More evidence on Younger = Gayer.

September 05th, 2017 by Bookslinger

At least at Harvard.

“While approximately 1.8 percent of the general United States population identifies as bisexual, 7.9 percent of Harvard’s Class of 2021 says they are bisexual.”

“Bisexuals comprised 2.5 percent of Harvard’s 2017 class, 2.6 percent in the 2018 class, 4.9 percent in the 2019 class, and 5.7 percent in the 2020 class.”

“The percentage of heterosexuals admitted hovered around 90 percent for the classes of 2017 and 2018, but has since fallen to 82.4 percent.” (more…)

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September 05th, 2017 12:55:31

Younger = Gayer. More on Margin Creep.

August 16th, 2015 by Bookslinger

This is a follow-up to a previous post.

The margins have already begun to creep.   The article illustrates points that I’ve made in comments here and at Millennialstar.org. Especially how the changes start in the younger age cohorts and accelerate with each upcoming age group. (more…)

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August 16th, 2015 20:00:54

Learning from History, Margin Creep.

February 26th, 2013 by Bookslinger

The original web site this came from is no longer there. I retrieved this from the Internet “Wayback Machine” at www.archive.org. I’m cross-posting to keep it alive a little longer.

http://www.janegalt.net/blog/archives/005244.html

Blog title: Asymmetrical Information.

April, 02, 2005.

From the desk of Jane Galt:

A really, really, really long post about gay marriage that does not, in the end, support one side or the other

Unlike most libertarians, I don’t have an opinion on gay marriage, and I’m not going to have an opinion no matter how much you bait me. However, I had an interesting discussion last night with another libertarian about it, which devolved into an argument about a certain kind of liberal/libertarian argument about gay marriage that I find really unconvincing.

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February 26th, 2013 13:35:00