Homosexuality: learned behavior! JAM

Here is an interesting finding reported in the Vancouver Sun in December of ’08. Researchers from the University of British Columbia nursing school reported that high school girls who were self-described as lesbians are seven times more likely to get pregnant than other girls. On the surface it seems that such is impossible. However, there is more to it than meets the eye. If homosexuality is a learned behavior and not a genetic disorder, one would expect those who experiment with it to also be those who are the least inhibited sexually generally and thus far more likely to end up pregnant. So again hypothesis that people are born gay takes another hit from the truth. This is Just-A-Minute with Ed Boggess

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