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Journalist-blogger in Cuba seeks to count all LGBT people, couples living on island

According to Havana Times, Cuban journalist-blogger Francisco Rodríguez is seeking to identify all the LGBT people and couples on the island.

From Havana Times:

How many homosexuals are there in Cuba? How many same-sex couples are living together? How many transsexuals does the island have? And how many bisexual and lesbian households exist in Cuba?

Rodríguez will conduct the survey from Sept. 15-24, according to Havana Times.

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