As the woke left continues to push its LGBTQ+ agenda onto children, more and more teens are joining the trend of identifying as gay or bisexual.

According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a record 1 in 4 high school students say they are gay, bisexual, or “questioning” their sexuality.

This report, released by the CDC on Thursday, uses data from 2021. To gather this data, the CDC surveyed 17,508 students in 152 schools across the U.S.

In 2021, the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) found that 75.5 percent of high school students identified as heterosexual.

Of the remaining respondents, 12.2 percent reported identifying as bisexual, 5.2 percent as “questioning,” 3.9 percent as other, 3.2 percent as gay or lesbian, and 1.8 percent said that they did not understand the question.

According to CDC’s reporting, the number of LGBTQ high school students has increased from 11 percent in 2015 to 26 percent in 2021.

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The CDC suggested this significant increase in LGBTQ-identifying students could be due to a change of wording in YRBSS, allowing students to say they are questioning their sexuality.

“Increases in the percentage of LGBQ+ students in YRBSS 2021 might be a result of changes in question wording to include students identifying as questioning, ‘I am not sure about my sexual identity (questioning),’ or other, ‘I describe my sexual identity in some other way,” the CDC reported.

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Although the Left is attributing this increase in LGBTQ-identifying youth to a more “welcoming” environment to express one’s sexuality, the CDC also reported that about 70 percent of LGBTQ students “experienced persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness” and more than half suffered from poor mental health.

“As in previous reports, we continue to see disparities [in mental health between] students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, questioning or another non-heterosexual identity, or who have had any same-sex sexual partners, [and] their peers,” the CDC reported.

Rather than looking at this data purely as a suggestion that the LGBTQ community happens to struggle significantly with mental health, perhaps it is worth considering that the youth population was already struggling with a mental health crisis before they were ushered into the LGBTQ community under the guise that it would make them feel better.

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