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30 August, 11:59

Your father-in-law thinks that a homosexual orientation is a choice people make and is therefore not influenced by genetics. To dissuade him of this erroneous belief, you would be best advised to note that A) homosexuality does not appear to run in families. B) identical twins are no more likely than fraternal twins to share their twin's homosexual orientation. C) researchers have been able to create female fruit flies that, during courtship, act like males. D) homosexual men tend to have more homosexual relatives on their mother's side of the family than on their father's side of the family

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  1. 30 August, 12:44
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    The correct answer is letter A

    It is a characteristic attributed to living beings who are attracted either physically, aesthetically or emotionally to another living being that has the same biological sex and the same gender as yours.

    This characteristic is also one of the main categories with regard to the sexual orientation of individuals, alongside bisexuality, pansexuality, heterosexuality and asexuality.

    In general, homosexuality as a sexual orientation is characterized as a kind of pattern where a person can live affective and sexual experiences with another person who is mainly or exclusively of the same sex as him.
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