It was all quite fitting really. Matt Bigland of Dinosaur Pile-Up and I were discussing our respective school experiences within a Music Conservatory ...
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Seven years ago a study made headlines for finding that men with older brothers are more likely to be gay. Today the study has resurfaced as researche...
How are we the same sexually as wild animals? What sets us apart? We know that there are over 140 known species of gay animals. What about monogamy? These are the questions to explore this week.
Recent studies are revealing that genes, environment, brain structure, and hormones all seem to have a mixed role in sexual orientation and preferences.
We have emerged into the post-genetic-inheritance era, where we are facing the limitations on what our DNA can tell us about ourselves and how we can modify our lives.
I am actually a good case study in this regard, having been brought up by a man who is not my biological father.
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