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PETA roped tennis star and lesbian activist Martina Navratilova into writing a letter to the university, calling the research homophobic and cruel. Another landmark paper on the origins of homosexuality was published in by a geneticist named Dean Hamer, who was interested to learn whether homosexuality could be inherited.
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The evidence to date offers no consensus that the Born This Way argument is the beginning and end of the story. PETA roped tennis star and lesbian activist Martina Navratilova into writing a letter to the university, calling the research homophobic and cruel.
The solution to that question is exactly what Bocklandt is trying to find. There he discovered a shared genetic marker, a patch of DNA called Xq Perhaps it is time to look to the beginning of the gay rights movement. I was born the way all of us are born: as a human being with a seemingly infinite capacity to announce myself, to re-announce myself, to try on new identities like spring raincoats, to play with limiting categories, to challenge them and topple them, to cultivate my tastes and preferences, and, most importantly, to love and to receive love.
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