Early last week we told you about a new paper published in the Quarterly Review of Biology which suggests that homosexuality arises on account of epigenetic processes rather than genetic ones (i.e. non-heritable factors that alter the expression of DNA). Not surprisingly, the web exploded in a firestorm of debate, with opinions and interpretations spanning the entire spectrum. Now, writing in Lost in Transcription, evolutionary biologist Jon Wilkins clears up some misconceptions about the study, saying that most people simply read far too much into it.
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