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Based on what you see and people you know, do most gays who are supported by their family want/already in long time relationship?:)

Asked by wsxwh111 (2464points) November 27th, 2014

As is asked, just curious.

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zenvelo's avatar

Can’t answer As is asked because you didn’t ask very clearly.

The people in the LGBTQ community I know generally want or are in a longterm relationship, in about the same proportion as their straight contemporaries. It is more a function of age, not orientation.

And family support has nothing to do with it.

JLeslie's avatar

I have no idea what this question is asking, but I will say a few gay people I know finally came out to their parents when they were in a long term relationship. Most of those people are over 40, so that might have changed with the younger generation.

OpryLeigh's avatar

Most of my gay friends are in long term relationships but I think that is because we are at that age now, it’s the same for my friends that are in straight relationships. All of my gay friends have the support of their families.

wsxwh111's avatar

Err I think what I was trying to ask is, does whether LGBT people are supported by their parents or family has anything to do with whether they want long term relationships or one-night stand..
And I just made it more complicated..

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ItalianPrincess1217's avatar

I’m not too sure what the question is but the gay people I know who have support aren’t necessarily all in a long term relationship.

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