Gender of Sexual Partners in the United States
(sexually active only)
| ||Same gender||Both genders||Opposite gender|
| ||Men||Women||Men ||Women||Men||Women|
Source: General Social Survey (GSS), National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, 1996.
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