Saturday, November 21, 2020

WTF? Are Gay Men Really Less Likely To Get a Degree In Science; Ryan Field Books

 

WTF? Are Gay Men Really Less Likely To Get a Degree In Science? 

Here's another one of those stupid study/research articles that made me laugh. I think it's probably one of the most peculiar studies I've seen in a long time. And here's why. My husband, Tony, has his degree in science.  Yup. It's chemistry. My gay nephew, Joe, has his undergrad degree in science and he's now a medical doctor. And Joe is pretty gay, too. Half the men I dated when I was single had their degrees in science or math. Several were accountants. So where the hell they come up with this information just passes me by. Seriously. Get this: 

Men in same-sex relationships are significantly less likely to have a degree in a Stem (science, technology, engineering and maths) subject than their heterosexual male peers, according to research.

Here's more. I have this feeling that no studies and no amount of research can be accurate right now with regard to gay men because no one knows who's gay and who's not. We still have too many gay men in the closet right now, which makes almost all research about gay men questionable.  

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