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Gay men more likely to have college degrees, and this could be the reason why

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study says gay men are more likely to have academic degrees than straight men.Joel Mittleman of the University of Notre Dame in Indianapolis is the man behind the research.

It’s already know a gender gap exists in universities. In the U.S., around 60% of degrees go to women and 40% to men. This made Mittleman curious to look at sexuality.Nowadays, boys often underperform in schools compared to girls.

This trend began in the 1960s with advances in women’s rights. For the first time, more young women began to experience encouragement to attend university.Besides gay men enjoying a greater likelihood of earning a degree, lesbian and bi women were seeing a decline in their degree attainment.“As a whole, my results reveal two core demographic.

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