Perhaps I am a fool for placing this in GQ. I readily admit there may be no GQ answer, and a move to GD may be forthcoming.
But it seems to me that this is a factual question that is susceptible to a factual answer, so here it starts:
Is the percentage of homosexuals the same, or roughly similar, in all human cultures? I imagine there’s a higher percentage of gay men in downtown San Francisco than in Billings, Montana, of course, but that’s because a gay-friendly environment self-selects people. But that’s not what I’m asking.