No single gay gene, reveals the largest-ever study of the genetics of same-sex sexual behaviour

In this way sexual behaviour is similar to most other human traits, influenced by a complex interplay between our genes and our environment, said geneticist Nina McCarthy of the University of Western Australia, who wasn't part of the study. While we've known from previous twin and family studies that our sexual preferences are influenced by our genes, it's been difficult for scientists to pinpoint whether any specific genetic markers could play a role.

What the researchers did The data used in the study, which was predominantly drawn from the UK Biobank and 23andMe, looked at the male and female participants' DNA and questions they had answered about their sexual behaviour, including whether they'd ever had sex with someone of the same sex.

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In a way, the range of opinions by scientists who also identify as L. Dennis Thompson should take some remedial English classes. Epigenetic changes are often inheritable, and could last for generations although they would tend be selected out of the gene pool as would a "gay gene".

No single gay gene, reveals the largest-ever study of the genetics of same-sex sexual behaviour
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