Changing the social and perception of gay from determining the cause of the behavior.

New York, United State - (23/08/2017) – In the article published by Steve Wilson that
Changing the social and perception of ‘gay’, ‘lesbian’ or bisexual individuals can be achieved
through determining the cause behind homosexual behaviors. The article analyzed the
sexual behaviors in homosexuals using a scientific explanation of gay genes carried out in
both male and female homosexuals in different gay individuals around the globe. The
research results from the increasing number of homosexuality among the human
population. Steve Wilson is pleased to announce the article as it will aid in a better
acceptance of homosexuals by the society.

Speaking of the article Steve has to talk about different scientific explanations pointing the
cause of this anomaly in sexual development. Dean Hamer of the National Cancer Institute
(1993) reported in Science that one or more gay genes had to reside on Xq28, a
subtelomeric region of the long arm of the X chromosome (2). The discovery generated
ripples worldwide but was not replicated by a team that supported Hammer’s
identification with a sample size 10 times larger, showing homosexual orientation as not
being a simple Mendelian trait. The article also shined a light on the twin studies suggesting

that the identical twin of a gay man, despite having the same genome, only has a (20-50)%
probability of being gay himself.

The article shows other independent studies carried out on homosexuals using four cell
group of Interstitial Nuclei of the Anterior Hypothalamus (INAH) 1, 2, 3, and 4 from three
distinct groups; heterosexual men and women, and homosexual men, were measured in
postmortem tissues and revealed the influence of neuroanatomical differences and
prenatal androgens in determining partner behavior. The arginine vasopressin neuronal
population of the suprachiasmatic nucleus and the anterior commissure in gay men (5) is
larger than those in heterosexual males and females, with no differences existing in INAH 1,
2, or 4. While INAH 3 was found to be smaller in gay men and more similar in size to
heterosexual females (4).

Further results also show the influence of non-genetic factor in male homosexual
behaviors, showing mothers of two or more gay sons to demonstrated extreme skewing of X-
chromosome inactivation. Thereby, highlighting the role of X chromosome in regulating sexual
orientation in males (13). In women, only a few cases that can be reported for people with some
form of congenital adrenal hyperplasia been able to have masculinized genitalia that may make
them develop heterosexual, but with no clear evidence that it has led to issues of gay or

Steve issued a statement: There wereas many factors that determined someone's sexuality.
Regardless of your preference, be who you are & don't live life under someone's interpretation.
We as a society needs to respect everyone's view & opinion

About Steve Wilson
Steve Wilson had formulated the basic building blocks, the “key ingredients” to dynamically change
the view of people towards gay. For more details on the article could be seen on beings-born- gay

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