Trans people were not included. Primary tabs View active tab Preview email. Reuse this content. The new study found that all genetic effects likely account for about 32 percent of whether someone will have same-sex sex. The moment the study was published online Thursday afternoon, the Broad Institute took the unusual step of posting essays by Dr.
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How slow can you go? Robbee Wedow, a member of the research team who also belongs to Out Broad, served as a kind of bridge, organizing meetings between the researchers and their Broad Institute critics. Many men also find it difficult to go back to having sex without drugs.
Instead, hundreds or thousands of genes, each with small effects, apparently influence sexual behavior.