How do genes influence our sexuality? The question has long been fraught with controversy. An ambitious new study — the largest ever to analyze the genetics of same-sex sexual behavior — found that genetics does play a role, responsible for perhaps a third of the influence on whether someone has same-sex sex. The study of nearly half a million people, funded by the National Institutes of Health and other agencies, found differences in the genetic details of same-sex behavior in men and women.
The 'Gay Gene' Is A Myth But Being Gay Is 'Natural,' Say Scientists
Massive Study Finds No Single Genetic Cause of Same-Sex Sexual Behavior - Scientific American
That is a malicious lie and you damn well know it is a lie. You did not even cite the science. I have interviewed thousands of gay people. I never met a one that chose to be gay. Nobody wanted to be gay.
Should Homosexuality Be Accepted as a Healthy Lifestyle?
There's no such thing as a single "gay gene" that drives a person's sexual behavior, concludes the largest genetic study ever conducted on the issue. Instead, a person's attraction to those of the same sex is shaped by a complex mix of genetic and environmental influences , similar to what's seen in most other human traits , researchers report. That's not in anyone's interest.
Few aspects of human biology are as complex—or politically fraught—as sexual orientation. Now, a new study claims to dispel the notion that a single gene or handful of genes make a person prone to same-sex behavior. The analysis, which examined the genomes of nearly half a million men and women, found that although genetics are certainly involved in who people choose to have sex with, there are no specific genetic predictors.