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Thursday, December 14, 2017
Study finds men with older brothers likely to be gay
In 1962, a team of researchers led by American-Canadian sexologist Ray
Blanchard published a study that said the greater number of brothers a
boy has, the more likely he is to be gay. This was called the fraternal
birth order effect. Now, researchers believe they found the biological
reason behind such a pattern and it is linked to a phenomenon that
happens in the womb due to the Y chromosome, which women do not possess.