Homosexual Genes Not Found

Homosexual genes not found comment genetic experts, following a report in Scientific Reports, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-15736-4 published online 7 December 2017 claiming to have found a “genome-wide significant association” to male sexual orientation. The “No” experts commented in The Scientist and the Science Media Centre 7 December 2017. The study involved scanning genomes of 1,077 homosexual men […]

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Sexual Preference on the Brain

Sexual preference on the brain, as reported in articles in ScienceNOW 9 May 2005 and BBC Online News, 18 May 2005. A study of brain responses to exposure to male and female pheromones revealed differences between homosexual and heterosexual men. Pheromones are small scent molecules that act as chemical signals to activate parts of the […]

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Pope on Preserving Gender

Pope says preserving gender is as important as preserving rainforests, according to articles in BBC News, 23 December 2009. In his end of year address to senior Vatican staff, Pope Benedict XVI stated that it was as important to preserve the distinction between male and female as it is to preserve rainforests, if the human […]

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Gay Caveman

“Gay Caveman” found, claim archaeologists in a report in Daily Telegraph 6 April 2011 and Yahoo!7 News 7 April 2011. Archaeologists in the Czech Republic have excavated the grave of a man who was laid on his left side with his head facing west. The grave also contained household jugs, including an oval shaped jug […]

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Archbishop Says Stop Teaching Creationism

Anglican Archbishop says stop teaching creationism reports The Guardian, 21 March 2006. “The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has stepped into the controversy between religious fundamentalists and scientists by saying that he does not believe that creationism – the Bible-based account of the origins of the world – should be taught in schools. Giving his […]

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