A Scientific Look at Homosexuality: Does Everyone Have a Gay Gene?

Written by on November 20, 2019 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments

Video Source: AsapSCIENCE

Mitch and Greg are a homosexual couple who look at scientific (and other interesting) questions on their youtube channels (they have 3!).

In the video above they look at the question of whether being gay is hereditary, and they present many studies and facts that the outdated idea that homosexuality is just a social construct or a personal choice.

Currently in the research fields there is a theory that everyone actually has a gay gene, but epigenetics – the surrounding factors in one’s life – determine whether that gene gets turned on or off.

Watch the video above and learn.

Mitch and Greg also address a related topic in the video below when they ask: Can scientific methods actually get rid of homosexuality and if so, can this knowledge be used against homosexuals (as a form of prejudice)?

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