Marriage might be on the wane in general, but a large majority of young gay folks still believe in the institution.

According to gay glossy Out's first annual sex and love survey, 80 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds want to tie the knot. Older gay folks, however, are less enthused. Fifty-one percent of 26- to 45-year-olds are eager to make it official.

Similarly, younger gay folks are looking to start a family.

According to the survey, a large majority (70%) of young people want kids, but only 31 percent of those surveyed between the ages of 26 and 45 are interested in parenthood.

Ten percent of those surveyed said they had never been in love, while 4 percent said they had been in love eight or more times.

Gay couples are also more likely to open up their relationship. Seventy-one percent of respondents said they were in an open relationship.

And gay men mostly don't think size matters … within reason (78%), 19 percent disagreed, and 3 percent were offended by the question.

The survey also turned up some unusual places people had had sex: Backyard at my parent's house, cemetery, wax museum, on top of a washing machine, in the bathroom of a deli during Pride, ocean in Maui, on my ship in the Navy, in a church, my high school locker room, in an elevator in an old folks' home, in the Amazon, in a tree, doctor's office, in the bank, and a boiler room.