View Full Version : Prevalence of homosexuality in men is stable throughout time since many carry the gen

04-13-2016, 12:55 PM
Around half of all heterosexual men and women potentially carry so-called homosexuality genes that are passed on from one generation to the next. This has helped homosexuality to be present among humans throughout history and in all cultures, even though homosexual men normally do not have many descendants who can directly inherit their genes. This idea is reported by Giorgi Chaladze of the Ilia State University in Georgia, and published in Springer's journal Archives of Sexual Behavior. Chaladze used a computational model that, among others, includes aspects of heredity and the tendency of homosexual men to come from larger families.


07-04-2016, 07:02 PM
On the other hand homosexual orientation and even the behaviour itself are missing from hunter gatherers. They're even unknown in some farmers like Dogon.

Most research on gays is politically biased. When not its tinged by assumptions about homosexual men. What's beyond belief is the degree some people go to explain why some gay gene isn't extinct. Notice how eager theorists are to paint homosexuals naturally caring and altruistic in line with gay marriage/adoption propaganda. They assume gays on average have high investments in the people round them. Statistics from sex research actually show us otherwise. So-called homosexuals are also prone to bisexual "experimentation", as they'll downplay it. There's actually some evidence from the animal kingdom this is real, but its rare and its called "cryptic male syndrome". They pass on their genes the normal way.