three of these search terms.That state was Utah, leading CCI to suggest it’s the “most closeted.”“This might indicate a significant underlying questioning of identity among its internet users, possibly driven by the conflict between personal feelings and societal expectations.”As is widely known, Utah is one of the more conservative states in the US, with a high population of Mormons, among other Christian denominations.It’s far from being the most anti-gay state in the US.
In a move widely welcomed by advocacy groups, it recently banned conversion therapy on minors. However, ACLU reports lawmakers still debated several pieces of anti-LGBTQ legislation this year.
Most of them, such as H.B. 209, concerning trans kids and school sports, were passed.Utah topped the tables for “Am I gay”, “Am I a lesbian”, and “Am I trans”.Below are the five states which notched up the most “Am I gay” inquiries.Below are the five states that turned up the largest volume of “how to come out” queries.Despite the hysteria from certain right-wing sources, “Am I nonbinary?” “did not have sufficient data for Google to provide results”.
Therefore, the authors just checked Google for any search queries for “nonbinary”.The following states ranked highest for the term “nonbinary”.You’d think some people had bigger things to worry about right now…‘Explore Utah’s caves’.