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09/26/2006

Hey brother: Do these genes make my ass look gay?

by Jeremy Hooper

Scientists at Illinois' Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Research Institute (working in conjunction with researchers from Northwestern University, University of Chicago, and University of Illinois at Chicago) are seeking families with two or more gay brothers to participate in a study that could help find a biological link to homosexuality.

Science!

Meanwhile, much our opposition will continue to look no further than to Cain & Abel in order to formulate their own ideas of how, when, and why "the gay" takes root.

Science Schmience!

If you and your brother(s) would like to participate in the research, all pertinent info. can be found at GayBros.com. Gay sisters -- for now you provide no scientific benefit, but we'll keep you posted!

Is there a gay gene? [Chicago Sun-Times]
Molecular Genetic Study of Sexual Orientation [GayBros.com]

Earlier: Study: Mothers with multiple gays in their litters often share more than PFLAG in common [G-A-Y]

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