Nothing Gay About Being Gay by Tyeesha HoltAfter living the majority of her youth and adolescent years in the homosexual lifestyle, Tyeesha Holt dedicated her life to Jesus Christ and made the decision to write about Nephew, the name she was given while living in that dark period of her life. At a very young age, Tyeesha was introduced to porn and that introduction coupled with the hurt and loneliness she felt from missing the love of her father, caused a downward spiral into a dark life of homosexuality, abuse, drugs, and alcohol.
Does Everybody Have A Gay Gene?
The Law recently passed in Russia banning the progaganda among minors of non-traditional sexual relations has evoked hysterical responses from liberal media. A boycott of the Winter Olympics has even been discussed. However, as we can see from the commentary over left by ordinary Americans under the article, Mutko: Anti-gay law won't infringe on Olympics Yahoo! News , there are other, very different opinions out there. People in the West need to understand that much of the rest of the world thinks differently about "morals". Celebrate the diversity. I don't care if it does, let Russian parents raise their own kids with their own beliefs.
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There's no such thing as a single "gay gene" that drives a person's sexual behavior, concludes the largest genetic study ever conducted on the issue. Instead, a person's attraction to those of the same sex is shaped by a complex mix of genetic and environmental influences , similar to what's seen in most other human traits , researchers report. That's not in anyone's interest. The international study focused on the genetic profiles of nearly , people from the United States and the United Kingdom, a group approximately times larger than any previous study of the link between genetics and same-sex attraction, said lead researcher Andrea Ganna, a research fellow with the Massachusetts General Hospital's Analytical and Translational Genetic Unit. These findings reinforce the importance of diversity as a key aspect of sexual behavior. This new research also reconfirms the long-established understanding that there is no conclusive degree to which nature or nurture influence how a gay or lesbian person behaves.
Nsikan Akpan Nsikan Akpan. In its stead, the report finds that human DNA cannot predict who is gay or heterosexual. Sexuality cannot be pinned down by biology, psychology or life experiences, this study and others show, because human sexual attraction is decided by all these factors. The study shows that genes play a small and limited role in determining sexuality. Moreover, the researchers found that sexuality is polygenic — meaning hundreds or even thousands of genes make tiny contributions to the trait. That pattern is similar to other heritable but complex characteristics like height or a proclivity toward trying new things.
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