Now that New York's become the biggest state to legalize gay marriage, we'll see whether it will follow in the steps of other marriage equality states in another respect: Seeing more women marry than men.
The New York Post crunched the numbers and found that there might be a reason the archetypal gay male friend is disappointing his BFF — he's statistically less likely to get married than a lesbian friend.
In Connecticut, 3,252 lesbian couples have been married since 2008, compared to 2,053 male couples. In Massachusetts, 8,404 female couples, 4,911 male. In New Hampshire, 1,113 pairs of women, 411 pairs of men. In Iowa, 1,376 lesbian marriages, 772 gay male marriages. In Vermont, 1,157 to 597.
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