Researchers have known for years that a man's likelihood of being gay rises with the number of older biological brothers. But the new study found that the so-called "fraternal birth order effect" persists even if gay men were raised away from their biological families.Wonder how many times these boys need to take showers with their manly man daddy's to change that wiring?
Study author Anthony F. Bogaert said the findings add to a growing body of evidence that links homosexuality to nature, not nurture.
"The research suggests that the development of sexual orientation is influenced before birth," said Bogaert, a professor of community health sciences at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
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