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- Joe Trammell Just because religion, race, nationality, and sex aren't choices doesn't automatically make sexuality not one. You assume it isn't without a shred of proof. We are all naturally "straight" because that is how we are made by God; homosexuality is not natural. This is not unloving, this is the truth.Like · Reply · about an hour ago
- Unnamed No, it's a lie, still.
"Scientists have discovered two DNA stretches linked to homosexuality in men. The confirmation of a "gay gene" is expected to support the argument that homosexuality is biological and not by environmental influences.
The Chicago University researchers analysed the DNA of more over 400 pairs of homosexual brothers who were asked to participate for research purposes at Gay Pride festivals over the years. Researchers came across two stretches of DNA associated with homosexuality.
The results of the recent study seem to SUPPORT A 1993 STUDY revealed in an annual conference by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. It was the first study to reveal evidence of the "gay gene" which created a controversial debate and inspired other scientists to find the genetic link.
Northwestern University's Dr Michael Bailey who contributed to the research in the recent study said it was "the biggest of its kind."
He remarked that a person's sexual orientation is NOT A MATTER OF CHOICE since their findings suggested a genetic link. He said they have proof of what determines a man's sexual orientation."Like · 3 · about an hour ago
- Joe Trammell I believe your ramblings would have to be referring to the identical twin studies. Studying brothers would do nothing. Identical twins, however, are born with identical DNA. In those cases they usually found that one was gay and the other wasn't. If being homosexual was genetic, they would have both been born gay,, since they had identical DNA. Which would then lead to the conclusion that it was post-birth factors that lead to them choosing the homosexual lifestyle. Hope this cleared things up for you!Like · 57 minutes ago
- Unnamed To answer that we would have to have the original study, including the data about other children the birth parents might have had. As far as I know that was not considered at that time, if you have further information regarding that I would appreciate it if you would share it with us.Like · 1 · 31 minutes ago
- Joe Trammell http://girlsjustwannahaveguns.com/.../identical-twin.../ You must have been referring to the study results that just came out last month, in which only gay brothers at gay pride parades were studied. Who's to say others don't also have that area on their genome?Like · 27 minutes ago
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