Not really. The L and especially the B (female) have been tolerated throughout history and are quite common, because they cannot cause any harm to particularly physical health and, of course, reproduction. Many women are intimidated by men and are happy to experiment with other women.
G-boys were always weird and much less, and nobody really cared as long as they stayed away from the kids (in Western culture). There’s never been much of a B (male) beyond pseudo-intellectuals and “boys who screw anything”
They like to say “20% of genZ identify as LGBTQ+, when in reality 2% of men are likely to be G, 5% of women are L, 1/2% of men are B, 40 -60% or women are B, and 1% of men, 5% of women think they are T because it’s trendy but they really aren’t.
The bulk of that 20% are young women who will experiment, and now that it’s fashionable to do so they’ll be bi