Omosessüalità

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Omosessüalità

La parola omusessüalitaa la definiss l'atraziun sessüala u afetiva de quaidün vers un olter de l'istess sess. La se desferenzia de l'eterusessüalitaa (atraziun vers l'olter sess), de la bisessüalitaa (atraziun vers tücc i sess), e anca de l'asessüalitaa (atraziun vers nissün sess). Ch'le definiziun chi reguardun la sfera de l'urientaziun sessüala ümana, e minga l'identitaa de gener, che la parved anca la transessüalitaa.

Int al ucident modern, di studi magiur i indica una prevalenza da 2% a 13% da la popülazion.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Un stüdi dal 2006 al sugestiunava che 20% da la popülazion al repurtava qual sentiment omosessual, anca se poch participant int al stüdi s'idientifiaress in tant che omosessual.[12]

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  10. Norway world leader in casual sex, Aftenposten
  11. Sex uncovered poll: Homosexuality, Guardian
  12. McConaghy et al., 2006

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