Gay degrees

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    What in your opinion are the TOP 5 degrees with the largest number of BI/HOMOSEXUALS?
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    Oh damn, I forgot to take this into account when choosing my degree
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    I thought this was gonna be another one of those non-STEM degree bashing threads.
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    Drama and/or "The Arts" (very stereotypical i know)
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    Any course at University of Brighton
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    I don't know about top 5, but there was a lot of gay people on my biology degree.

    Maybe it was because of all the fun that took place in the woods during the field courses. Although this certainly wasn't just a gay thing, plenty of heterosexuals were tumbling in the hay as well.
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    Art

    Maybe some aren't bad but the one I was on was really terrible and a rip off. Stuck it out for the year. Such a waste of money
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    Lol needed to read the threat right. My mistake.

    Drama, art, design perhaps
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    Well, if you're talking about openly gay/camp people, Drama, art etc. but if you're talking about both closeted and open, id put all courses on an equal pedistool, there's no reason why any one course should have more homosexuals, it is a natural thing that someone likes someone of the same sex, therefore all courses should have similar percentages, there's no correlation between area of study and sexual orientation, that's just ignorant. There may just be more people in denial that take the more 'manly' subjects.

    I'd say around anywhere from 10-50% of people are at least a little bisexual/homosexual, but less than 5% are open about it.
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    Well I guess I'm not the typical gay guy then because I'm going to do Chemistry degree then into teaching.
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    BA Gay Studies
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    Art, maths, architecture, fashion design, music
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    Gender & Sexuality Studies :nyan:
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    I'd probably guess Drama.

    That being said, I'm a bi guy and I'm applying for Law.
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    Languages
    English Literature
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    Pure cultural marxism unfortunately. The UK/US media, the education system the whole works is riddled with this ****. Meanwhile India, China and Russia are churning millions of capable medics, engineers and accountants while our lot are debating transgender black underprivilege on pot.
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    (Original post by lw8)

    I'd say around anywhere from 10-50% of people are at least a little bisexual/homosexual, but less than 5% are open about it.
    Freud says all were born bi
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    Then as the majority of you think that Arts and Drama are the courses with biggest number of gays you also have to have an opinion on those with the least of them? So which are they?
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    Performing arts, nursing (gay men)
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    Every degree that isn't STEM, Economics or Law is pretty ****ing gay.
 
 
 
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