ie they are genetically identical therefore it is environmental differences that contribute. If it were genetics their sexual and other response would be the same I guess.Because identical twins are always genetically identical, homosexuality cannot be genetically dictated.
But duh? They're genetically identical and if his first point is to hold water should interpret and respond to their families and classroom environments in exactly the same fashion. The identical genes that rule out disparate sexual responses should sure rule out individual and idiosyncratic responses.One twin may interpret and respond to their family or classroom environment differently than the other. “These individual and idiosyncratic responses to random events and to common environmental factors predominate,” he says.
Succeed. Why is wanting to sleep with one gender rather than another something you succeed at. And do any findings show that people who think of themselves as straight succeed in moving away from that lifestyle towards homosexuality?The findings do appear to show that sexuality is complicated and that some people who think of themselves as gay/bisexual do succeed in moving away from that lifestyle and towards heterosexuality.
I'm assuming that both evolutionists and creationists think sleeping with the opposite sex makes sense in terms of possible procreation, though I don't have any suitable quotes or soundbites to hand!
Whereas now, in an overpopulated world, the more reproductive potential that goes to waste, the better.cathy wrote: I guess a small desert tribe, often close to starvation, maternal and neo natal death common etc, can't really afford free loading non producing sex?
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