The idea of a gay gene, if it ever existed, has been discarded. If there is a prenatal factor, the thought is that it is something in the prenatal environment. Something that happens in the womb, during gestation. Assuming LeVay was accurately quoted, his comment did not rule that out at all if you think about it.
Because no gay gene can be found, the gay movement will change tactics. Now it's "gestation".
From LeVay: " . . . people who think that gays and lesbians are born that way are more likely to support gay rights."
No scientific basis for 'born gay' theory
posted on 07/23/2006 11:07:17 AM PDT
by DJ MacWoW
(If you think you know what's coming next....You don't know Jack.)
To: DJ MacWoW
posted on 07/24/2006 1:01:02 PM PDT
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