May 20, 2019 · Estimates as to the number of gay people in the population range from 1-in-20 to 1-in-10, so why are some people gay? Are they gay by choice or is being gay genetic? The simplest answer is to look at the definition of the word "gay." The term gay is a . Genetics plays a role in male sexual orientation but social and environmental factors are also involved, research suggests. Scientists tested the DNA of 410 pairs of homosexual twins, making this the largest study of its kind. They found that homosexual men shared genetic markers in a region of chromosome 8, and the Xq28 region of the X chromosome.
Apr 25, 2017 · The cross-cultural similarities evinced by the Lethbridge study offer further evidence that being gay is genetic, which is, in itself, an interesting finding. But we as a society should challenge Author: Debra W. Soh. “There will be men who have the form of gene that increases the chance of being gay, but they won’t be gay.” There have been studies suggesting that there is a genetic element to.
I'm going to repost a comment I made in another question thread, under another of the grossly ignorant and bigoted anti-gay questions being spread on the site by a one or two users: > There has been some data on twins reared apart -- including the.