December 12, 2012

Homosexuality May Start in the Womb

Gemma Black, Cosmos Magazine


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There may not be a 'gay gene' – instead, a review of 50 years of research has revealed homosexuality could be linked to epigenetic switches that control sensitivity to male hormones during foetal development.

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TAGGED: Epigenetics, Homosexuality, Hormones

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