Link 2 Mobile. The study found that gay men significantly more likely to be members of social networking. Facebook and Twitter have now become a new gay virtual community center .
Almost three quarters (73 percent) of gay men and lesbians have a profile on Facebook, compared to 65 percent of the heterosexuals, the study showed.
Homosexuality was almost two times more than normal people who have accounts on Twitter, with 29 percent claiming to use micro-blogging site that. Figures for only 15 percent of normal people.
Linkedin and MySpace, the website also has a number of business contacts who are not members of the gay porposional, research shows.
A survey of 2400 people also found that Americans gay are also more likely to read blogs than normal people, as much as 54 percent compared with 40 percent.
Trends that occur in all types of blogs included in the opinion polls, from politics, news, culture and pop music.
Bob Witeck Witeck-Combs of Communications, the marketing company which commissioned the research said the results show that social networks and blogs have become "virtual community center of the new gay."