Aside from validating my comments about evolutionary mating behavior, this new study is an explanation of how and why homosexuality a genetic defect.<quoted text>
You've got nothing.
You've got your baseless claims and still have not been able to present viable harm that gay marriage causes.
You dumbfuck...I was in your camp a few yearfs ago. I thought a lot of things about gay marriage that weren't exactly positive towardsa their pursuit of being able to marry.
That was until I did actual research...not the bullshit selective sampling of any off the wall aspect & unrelated nonsense you bring in here but I actively looked for harm gay marriage caused.
I found the opposite. And I LOOKED friend given I was like you and didn't want to wrong.
Fact is I was. I find it much easier to defend same sex marriage at this point given it's righteous.
I too don't "like" gay marriages. I won't go to one nor will I send noe flowers but it boils down to a basic right our fellow American citizens should have.
Gotta go to a Christmas party.
If you even had an IQ you might want to chew on what I advised....C-Ya!
"Different genes are involved in the development of genitals, reproductive organs, body shape, sexual orientation and every other trait where genes shape sexual differentiation. And so epi-marks to these different genes will have different influences on those traits.
Mostly, these kinds of epi-marks should not be passed from parent to offspring. But occasionally some are. And when the epi-marks on genes that effect sexual orientation get passed from father to daughter then some traits that would normally develop in female-specific ways end up more masculinized. Likewise mother-son transmission of epi-marks can result in the feminization of some traits that would normally develop in a more masculinized fashion."