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Also, MySpace is gay. Friendster? SO gay. We've said it for years, and now we have science on our side:

A recent national survey found that more online gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) individuals use social networks Friendster and MySpace per week compared to online heterosexuals. Other well-known websites such as YouTube, Craigslist and personal web logs also were found to be more popular among GLB individuals.

Oh, but that's not all!

Even more significant is that gays and lesbians are online much more than their heterosexual counterparts. Excluding email, nearly twice as many gays and lesbians (32%) say they are online between 24 and 168 hours per week, compared to 18 percent of heterosexuals.

The WHOLE ENTIRE INTERNET is SO TOTALLY GAY. No wonder there's an Anderson Cooper post quota clause in our contract.

Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals Lead in Usage of Online Social Networks [PR Newswire]