According to the U.S. Census, the number of same-sex households has exceeded 1 million by 2021. This is the highest ever recorded figure.
The following data was obtained from American Community Survey, ReleasedThe U.S. Census Bureau found that there would be 1.2 million households of same-sex couples in 2021. Over the last 10+ years the trend has been steadily increasing. In 2008, there was less than 600,000. This figure hovered around one million in 2019 ten-years later.
Out of the estimated 1.2 million households with same-sex members in 2021, 710,000 were married and 500,000 were unmarried.
Census Bureau data indicate that South Dakota had the lowest number of identical-sex households with just 0.4 percent.
Washington, D.C. “the highest percentage of same-sex couple households of any state or state equivalent,”Based on the data, at 2.5 percent Other areas that reported some of the highest figures of same-sex households included Hawaii (1.4 percent), Oregon (1.3 percent), and Delaware (1.3 percent).
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Following the Supreme Court decision, the RFMA was established. Roe V. WadeThis panic sparked panic among leftists who claimed that the Court could make use of the Dobbs decision “to overrule the Court’s Obergefell gay marriage decision,” as Breitbart News reported.
The Senate, however, rejected Sen. Mike Lee’s (R-UT) religious liberty amendment — a move the senator deemed a “discouraging development in our country’s storied history of protecting the free exercise of religion”:
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