A recent EuroPulse study of 10,000 people living in the European Union’s (EU) 28 countries had participants place themselves on the Kinsey scale of sexual orientation. Germany had the highest percentages of people who either identified as LGBT (7.4%) or not “exclusively straight” (10.9%); that’s compared to the EU averages 5.9% of LGBT folks and 8.6% of not-complete-heterosexuals. Pack your bags!
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