For a forum name of "statz", there certainly weren't many in your paper. I was surprised at how many interviews you did though. I was an English major, so I'm going to go into criticism mode for a bit here. I'm not trying to be a jerk, but if you're going to be writing more papers in college I might have some suggestions you can use in the future.
A few nit-picky things that sort of jumped out at me: In a paper, don't you usually write out thirty-four instead of using the number 34? Second paragraph, "promiscuous matter", I think you mean "manner". Later on you say "briefer". "More brief" is correct.
As for the content as a whole, you focus a lot on preconceptions and your own experience in doing this project, and not as much on the specific questions you asked, and the variance of specific responses.
If I had done it, I would have started with one paragraph of a couple sentences to describe the "thesis", then one brief paragraph explaining the reading material in class that inspired you to ask the question. Then a paragraph briefly covering the method of interviews and the scope of your research (who, how many, where, etc).
I would have spent a couple paragraphs analyzing and anecdotally referring to the series of responses you received, to illustrate the "most cruisy" lesbian responses, and the "least cruisy", and then using the sort of median of responses to put an average or create a sort of "norm".
Then a couple paragraphs doing the same for gay men.
And finally a summary explaining the reasons you think the Madison lesbian community (based on your interviews) does not have a park or series of establishments that they use to "cruise", when gay men are so apparently engaged in this activity more often, and more conspicuously.
Assuming you're not finished with school yet, I recommend the following:
The Elements of Style
UW-Madison Writer's Handbook online
Otherwise, I think your paper was very interesting, and I think you had a very topical thesis, and you clearly put a lot of work into your research, which is commendable. You'll take away more from this than the grade you get, that's for sure, and hopefully your instructor is aware of that value and awards you a grade to represent that.