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The truth is that a great deal of the gays have no religious affiliation...it is a far cry to say that we're Godless.
There is a big difference between not belonging to a religious cult or one of the more popular brands of religion...and being atheists; and could you blame us...when they are constantly hammering that we're freaks, abominations and immoral?
When you hear Sunday in and Sunday out how we're to blame for all the ills of civilization, how we're doomed to go to hell, how displeased their God is with us, you would too run with all your might away from those temples and churches, monuments to ignorance and superstition.
Pew Research Survey: 48% Of LGBT Americans Have No Religious Affiliation
In another release from the latest survey from Pew Research, we learn the unsurprising news that gays are more than twice as likely to be atheists or religiously unaffiliated.
When it comes to religion, the LGBT population has a distinctly different profile than the general public. Fewer LGBT adults have a religious affiliation. About half of LGBT respondents describe themselves as atheist, agnostic or having no particular religion (48%)─more than double the portion of the general public that is religiously unaffiliated (20%). Young LGBT adults are particularly likely to have no religious affiliation, a pattern that is also found among the general public. However, compared with the general public, a higher share of LGBT adults are unaffiliated across all age groups. For example, among adults ages 18 to 29 in the general public, 31% are religiously unaffiliated, while roughly double that share (60%) are unaffiliated among LGBT adults of the same age. And roughly one-in-eight adults ages 50 and older in the general public are unaffiliated (13%), compared with about four-in-ten (39%) of older LGBT adults.