Cohort Difference in Sexual Orientation: Results from a Large Age-Stratified Population Sample

@article{Jorm2003CohortDI,
  title={Cohort Difference in Sexual Orientation: Results from a Large Age-Stratified Population Sample},
  author={Anthony F Jorm and Keith Dear and Bryan Rodgers and H. Christensen},
  journal={Gerontology},
  year={2003},
  volume={49},
  pages={392 - 395}
}
Background: There is some community survey evidence for a cohort difference in female sexual orientation. Objective: To determine whether there is a cohort difference in sexual orientation in Australia. Methods: A community survey was carried out with a sample of 7,447 adults from the age groups 20–24, 40–44 and 60–64 years. As part of this survey respondents were asked a question on sexual orientation which was answered privately. Results: A strong age cohort difference was found for women… 

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