- Feb 2017
If I had time I would find specific studies, but I don't care about convincing anyone that much.LOL, I love how you went from nearly reasonable (but unproven) to "Hold my beer" level of assurances.
1. "that it's possible"
2. "indeed, this is the case"
3. "So yes, it's genetic"
And then you topped yourself. You claimed there are studies (plural) on only gay men and women (not bisexuals apparently, they don't count) to determine their DNA and hormonal levels, that they not only tested the individuals, but both of their parents, and they topped that off by managing to track down medical records to find their parents' hormone levels from 19-40 years earlier from when they were conceived (I'm guessing that's the age range of the test subjects).
I love this thread. All the brilliant, highly educated, and massively enlightened individuals come out to school us ignorant folk.
Here you go: Google Scholar
See for yourself.