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Could Scientists Have Found A Gay Switch?

 
The Gay Aussie
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Gayness may not be in our genes, but in the molecules that regulate them. New research suggests that epigenetic factors - chemical "switches" attached to genes that turn them on or off - are a more plausible heritable mechanism behind homosexuality than DNA itself.


Non-genetic changes to gene expression are called epi-marks, for epigenetics, the field of research dealing with the molecular on/off switches. Epi-marks are normally erased between generations, but there's recent evidence that they're sometimes passed from parent to child.


Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) looked at how epi-marks that influence testosterone sensitivity in the womb might contribute to homosexuality. Late in pregnancy, natural variations in testosterone levels can alter a fetus' sexual development. Sex-specific epi-marks protect female fetuses from masculinisation in the presence of too much testosterone; boys are protected from feminisation if too little testosterone is present.


The search for genes that control sexual orientation is based on increasing evidence of a strong genetic component. Studies clearly show that homosexuality runs in families, with an increased rate among siblings and the maternal uncles of gay men, according to a 2011 review....


[link to www.popsci.com.au]
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[link to www.popsci.com.au]


afro
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
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pope
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interesting
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12/13/2012 07:47 PM
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lol now we know, there's a pill for it. gay on
or you could ride a loud harley. fag
we know its a chemical weapon stored in catholic churches, and in boy scout camps.
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yeah it's called BPA
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22705145


If homosexual people are "born that way", why the dramatic increase the last few decades? Did genetics just decide to create a bunch of homosexuals? Think about that.
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more acceptance for buttox pleasure, male and female.sideways
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Who would have ever guessed huh? A Gay Switch afro
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Gayness may not be in our genes, but in the molecules that regulate them. New research suggests that epigenetic factors - chemical "switches" attached to genes that turn them on or off - are a more plausible heritable mechanism behind homosexuality than DNA itself.


Non-genetic changes to gene expression are called epi-marks, for epigenetics, the field of research dealing with the molecular on/off switches. Epi-marks are normally erased between generations, but there's recent evidence that they're sometimes passed from parent to child.


Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) looked at how epi-marks that influence testosterone sensitivity in the womb might contribute to homosexuality. Late in pregnancy, natural variations in testosterone levels can alter a fetus' sexual development. Sex-specific epi-marks protect female fetuses from masculinisation in the presence of too much testosterone; boys are protected from feminisation if too little testosterone is present.


The search for genes that control sexual orientation is based on increasing evidence of a strong genetic component. Studies clearly show that homosexuality runs in families, with an increased rate among siblings and the maternal uncles of gay men, according to a 2011 review....


[link to www.popsci.com.au]
 Quoting: The Gay Aussie 29816959


you do realize that means you aren't really gay right? you are a fraud, its a medical condition
..why don't you take a seat over there
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Gayness may not be in our genes, but in the molecules that regulate them. New research suggests that epigenetic factors - chemical "switches" attached to genes that turn them on or off - are a more plausible heritable mechanism behind homosexuality than DNA itself.


Non-genetic changes to gene expression are called epi-marks, for epigenetics, the field of research dealing with the molecular on/off switches. Epi-marks are normally erased between generations, but there's recent evidence that they're sometimes passed from parent to child.


Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) looked at how epi-marks that influence testosterone sensitivity in the womb might contribute to homosexuality. Late in pregnancy, natural variations in testosterone levels can alter a fetus' sexual development. Sex-specific epi-marks protect female fetuses from masculinisation in the presence of too much testosterone; boys are protected from feminisation if too little testosterone is present.


The search for genes that control sexual orientation is based on increasing evidence of a strong genetic component. Studies clearly show that homosexuality runs in families, with an increased rate among siblings and the maternal uncles of gay men, according to a 2011 review....


[link to www.popsci.com.au]
 Quoting: The Gay Aussie 29816959


you do realize that means you aren't really gay right? you are a fraud, its a medical condition
 Quoting: Chris Hansen


Whatever tickles your sweet spot Chrissy. hf
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12/13/2012 10:37 PM
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Call me when they find the genetic marker for "religion-induced asshole'ism".

Now that's worth curing.
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22705145


If homosexual people are "born that way", why the dramatic increase the last few decades? Did genetics just decide to create a bunch of homosexuals? Think about that.
 Quoting: Vinyard


exactly

genetics didn't create them....

but an amazing new brainwashing technique called Media did.



signed....THE AGENDA
by........TPTB
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22705145


If homosexual people are "born that way", why the dramatic increase the last few decades? Did genetics just decide to create a bunch of homosexuals? Think about that.
 Quoting: Vinyard


Not very bright are you?

There have always been this many gays and lesbians - but, up until recently, most didn't feel safe enough to come out of the closet and thus spent their entire lives hiding. The uptick in homosexuality is merely a reflection of people feeling safe enough to admit it.
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22705145


If homosexual people are "born that way", why the dramatic increase the last few decades? Did genetics just decide to create a bunch of homosexuals? Think about that.
 Quoting: Vinyard


THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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12/13/2012 11:50 PM
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See, these manipulators don't give a fuck about homosexuals either. They're just using them for their agendas and once they don't need them anymore they'll get rid of them just like they try to do with the "breeders".

People in general should get the fuck over themselves with their "special" rights! s226
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I am sure the world is holding their breath to find a disease they can flaunt in GOD's face and say see..."It isn't my fault. Give me a get out of free card."
 Quoting: NightWisp


And if they find it? Then what.
How about you let them look before you judge them.
Maybe it IS in the genes/"swtiches" and you are too blind to accept it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22705145


If homosexual people are "born that way", why the dramatic increase the last few decades? Did genetics just decide to create a bunch of homosexuals? Think about that.
 Quoting: Vinyard


Not only that but these "experts" have always claimed homosexuality to be a minority like less than 10% but now it's like half the world is gay lol!
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with this logic its just pointing out we can be manipulated in any way seen fit. We often forget what keeps us different are differences like this.

Ironies like everyone starts out as a girl seems to go past everyone's head. So how about they turn off the gene that keeps a female from being a male....then what?

I dont supposes any of it matters anyway; The singularity and Trans-humanism is upon us right now... And well all be joining this ship one way or another.

They already know humans; like most creatures on this planet are starting to lose their genders; whether you blame plastics etc or not.
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We're already screwed anyway were 2 Gens into GMO now (the US being 70% of the products use corn; their main weapon)... They have already essentially neutered 20-30% of the population. When this current new gen has kids it will be half the worlds pop. And after them almost no babies. This finally hit the media but im surprised very few still know lol.
I think they know there games about to catch up with them; thats why the NWO kick off is in overdrive.

Hey even the pope wants your to join the Nwo and be ready to meet your brother aliens too!
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Back in my day, we just beat the gay out of them. Not one fruit float in the parade.... Archie Bunker
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Gayness may not be in our genes, but in the molecules that regulate them. New research suggests that epigenetic factors - chemical "switches" attached to genes that turn them on or off - are a more plausible heritable mechanism behind homosexuality than DNA itself.


Non-genetic changes to gene expression are called epi-marks, for epigenetics, the field of research dealing with the molecular on/off switches. Epi-marks are normally erased between generations, but there's recent evidence that they're sometimes passed from parent to child.


Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) looked at how epi-marks that influence testosterone sensitivity in the womb might contribute to homosexuality. Late in pregnancy, natural variations in testosterone levels can alter a fetus' sexual development. Sex-specific epi-marks protect female fetuses from masculinisation in the presence of too much testosterone; boys are protected from feminisation if too little testosterone is present.


The search for genes that control sexual orientation is based on increasing evidence of a strong genetic component. Studies clearly show that homosexuality runs in families, with an increased rate among siblings and the maternal uncles of gay men, according to a 2011 review....


[link to www.popsci.com.au]
 Quoting: The Gay Aussie 29816959


Epi-marks are triggered by stress. So essentially this a proof of the mind to gay linkage. Mind over matter. Gays gotta own their gayness now.
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12/14/2012 12:52 AM
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I never thought this thread would be so popular! afro

Thanks for all those stars, must be my lucky day! y_happy
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12/14/2012 01:24 AM
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A bump for homosexuality! afrobumpafro
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i bet you take it up the ass, ur a disgusting creature, u aren't human
..why don't you take a seat over there
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i bet you take it up the ass, ur a disgusting creature, u aren't human
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No, no, and yes! wink
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Gayness may not be in our genes, but in the molecules that regulate them. New research suggests that epigenetic factors - chemical "switches" attached to genes that turn them on or off - are a more plausible heritable mechanism behind homosexuality than DNA itself.


Non-genetic changes to gene expression are called epi-marks, for epigenetics, the field of research dealing with the molecular on/off switches. Epi-marks are normally erased between generations, but there's recent evidence that they're sometimes passed from parent to child.


Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) looked at how epi-marks that influence testosterone sensitivity in the womb might contribute to homosexuality. Late in pregnancy, natural variations in testosterone levels can alter a fetus' sexual development. Sex-specific epi-marks protect female fetuses from masculinisation in the presence of too much testosterone; boys are protected from feminisation if too little testosterone is present.


The search for genes that control sexual orientation is based on increasing evidence of a strong genetic component. Studies clearly show that homosexuality runs in families, with an increased rate among siblings and the maternal uncles of gay men, according to a 2011 review....


[link to www.popsci.com.au]
 Quoting: The Gay Aussie 29816959


^^ entire post ^^ is:

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End of debate.
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Gay Switch = Mainstream Media

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