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But we as a society should challenge the notion that sexual preferences must be nonvolitional to be socially acceptable or safe from scrutiny. A normal blood cell behind a human blood cell of a sickle cell anaemia patient. Homosexuality is quite common throughout the animal kingdom. The moral acceptability of homosexuality has often hinged on the idea that same-sex desires are innate and immutable and therefore not a choice. The classic case is the blood disease sickle cell anaemia, which leads to disease and death if you have two alleles, but to malaria resistance if you have only one, making it common in malarial regions. Gay men were divided:

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Cross-Cultural Evidence for the Genetics of Homosexuality

At the two extremes are the very tall and the very short. But we as a society should challenge the notion that sexual preferences must be nonvolitional to be socially acceptable or safe from scrutiny. And have you read a recent peer-reviewed paper that you would like to write about? Sign up for our email newsletter. Indeed, research on the topic of sexual orientation offers a powerful window into understanding human sexuality. The research points to childhood separation anxiety as a culturally universal correlate of androphilia in men.

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We have many examples across many species. An Italian group showed that the female relatives of gay men have 1. They may be common because these variant genes, in a female, predispose her to mate earlier and more often, and to have more children. This work suggests that common genetic factors may underlie the expression of both. Study participants were interviewed using a questionnaire that asked about separation anxiety—more specifically, the distress and worry they experienced as a child in relation to being separated from a parental figure. Sign up for our email newsletter.