genetics and homosexuality

New identical-twin study proves being gay is not genetic

I just got back from the convenience store.

I yip yap it up with most of the clerks there.

One moment, we were joking about marriage.

Next thing I know, Michael confessed he was gay.

It happened so fast.

It caught me by surprise.

Most depressing is I did not even have any good gay jokes lined up.


Son: Dad, what does ‘gay’ means?
Father: It means ‘to be happy’.
Son: Are you gay?
No, son. I have a wife.

Or this:

The lesbians next door bought me a Rolex for my birthday.
I think they misunderstood when I said I wanna watch…

Or even this:

Do you know how to play gay poker?
Queens are wild and straights don’t count.


On the way home, I was thinking about Chris Kendall’s thoughts about this:

That is, is anyone born gay?

I quote from this article titled, “Identical twin studies prove homosexuality is not genetic“:

Identical twins have the same genes or DNA.

They are nurtured in equal prenatal conditions.

If homosexuality is caused by genetics or prenatal conditions and one twin is gay, the co-twin should also be gay.


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