The Brits aren’t nearly as uptight as some people imagine. Nor are they as liberal as others would like to think:
A majority now think there is nothing wrong with sex before marriage and society is increasingly comfortable with gay relationships, according to the 24th annual report by the National Centre for Social Research.
18 percent of those surveyed consider gay relationships are always wrong, while 32 percent see homosexual sex as always or mostly wrong.
Moreover, four in 10 people (42 percent) think gay male couples are not as capable of being good parents as heterosexual ones — although three in 10 (31 percent) believe they are.
How can something be “mostly” wrong – that makes no sense, especially when dealing with homosexuality. What? It’s wrong when it’s someone you don’t know, but perfectly alright for friends and acquaintances?