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In short, American culture has become more individualistic—more focused on the self, and less on social rules.
(This is the primary thesis of my book, My colleagues and I (and many others) have found evidence of a shift toward individualism in everything from the language used in books (including pronouns) to the names we give our children to the decline in religion to our self-views.
Around one fifth of same-sex couples reported first meeting in a bar or restaurant, while just below 20 percent said they met through friends.
The least common way same-sex couples said they had met in 2017 was through church.
Nearly two-thirds of same-sex couples that got together in 2017 met online, according to a new study in the US.
The latest research published on January 28 found that 65 percent of same-sex couples that got together in 2017 met online, compared to to nearly four in 10 (39 percent) of straight couples.
Just six years later, in 2003, her talk show debuted and it’s been a success ever since.
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender characters have regularly appeared on TV shows since the late 1990s, from "Dawson’s Creek" to "Modern Family." More and more LGBT individuals have had the courage to come out, and more of those announcements have been greeted with acceptance (or even yawns) instead of derision. Many other cultural shifts occurred in the nation during the same time period—growing gender equality, more self-focus, more emphasis on uniqueness, and less reliance on traditional social rules.
To our friends in the gay and lesbian communities: thanks for being patient and waiting for this data.
We will do gay-centric articles in the future, I promise.