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Monday, October 27, 2008

Genetics Rules

For those that are interested, the BBC just announced that Australian scientists have discovered a gene link for transsexuality.

There you go. Now they just need to find the genetic link for homosexuality and we're in business.

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  1. Anonymous3:12 PM

    Homosexuality is believed to be determined largely in the womb, even if genes may come into play; something involving prenatal hormones. The likelihood of this happening increases with the amount of older brothers the child has, though if the child is left-handed this is nullified. Sounds a little crazy, but this is what science is showing.

  2. I've never heard that before. That is rather interesting!

  3. I've heard what anonymous is saying before. I think it's only a matter of time before a genetic link will be found. Homosexuality and transsexuality are both found in nature so I've never bought the whole "it's unnatural" nonsense that people spout.

  4. Anonymous2:55 AM

    They did find the gene for homosexuality.

    Lemme find the link somewhere.