Google Searches for THIS Surge 1,300 Percent?!

( – Unfortunately, proving how successful the LGBT ideology and transgenderism have been in brainwashing Americans into doubting their sexuality, a new report shows that Google searches for “Am I gay?” have spiked by over 1,300% in the past 18 years.

According to a study by the Cultural Currents Institute, a Texas-based PR and marketing agency, there has been a “remarkable” 1,300% surge in Google inquiries about sexual identity since 2004.

This increase encompasses searches such as “am I gay,” “am I lesbian,” “am I trans,” “how to come out,” and “nonbinary.”

The agency says this trend could signify an increase in people questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity, National Review reports.

This data, derived from Google Trends, reflects a relative comparison to the total volume of Google searches, indicating that the uptick is not merely due to more people using Google.

Thus, according to the report, between May 2022 and May 2023, the most searches for “am I gay” originated from Utah, Iowa, Indiana, West Virginia, and New Hampshire.

For those questioning if they might be lesbian, the highest search rates were in Utah, Connecticut, Kentucky, Washington, and Colorado.

Similarly, the query “am I trans” was most frequently Googled in Utah, Kentucky, Colorado, Michigan, and Washington.

The question “how to come out” saw its highest search popularity in Oklahoma, West Virginia, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Kentucky.

The term “nonbinary” did not yield enough data to track trends in questioning identity, but the word alone was searched the most in Vermont, Oregon, Maine, Montana, and Washington.

It was highlighted that Utah, known for its conservative social values, ranked at the top in three of the five search categories.

“This might indicate a significant underlying questioning of identity among its internet users, possibly driven by the conflict between personal feelings and societal expectations,” the study says.

“Other socially conservative states also showed evidence of tension between social attitudes and private experience,” it adds.

In related findings, Gallup polling indicates a doubling of self-identified LGBTQ adults in the United States over the past decade. From a reported 3.5% in 2012, the figure rose to 7.1% in 2021.