Scientists say Gays are BORN THIS WAY


Scientists May Have Finally Unlocked Puzzle of Why People Are Gay
US NEWS broke the story – Scientists may have finally solved the puzzle of what makes a person gay, and how it is passed from parents to their children.

A group of scientists suggested Tuesday
that homosexuals get that trait from their opposite-sex parents: A
lesbian will almost always get the trait from her father, while a gay
man will get the trait from his mother.

The hereditary link of homosexuality has long been established, but
scientists knew it was not a strictly genetic link, because there are
many pairs of identical twins who have differing sexualities. Scientists
from the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis
say homosexuality seems to have an epigenetic, not a genetic link.

Long thought to have some sort of hereditary link, a group of
scientists suggested Tuesday that homosexuality is linked to epi-marks —
extra layers of information that control how certain genes are
expressed. These epi-marks are usually, but not always, “erased” between
generations. In homosexuals, these epi-marks aren’t erased — they’re
passed from father-to-daughter or mother-to-son, explains William Rice,
an evolutionary biologist at the University of California Santa Barbara
and lead author of the study.

Do you realize how exciting this is?