Chapter 6

  1. Gay Gene
  2. Hope and Homosexuality – Sutton et al. section on change
  3. New Scientist
  4. Genes
  5. Genetic Arguments
  6. Twins
  7. Behavior Genetics and Homosexuality
  8. Neither Genes nor Choice
  9. Developmental Milestone
  10. Sexuality and Gender: part 1
  11. Factors Associated with Higher Fecundity in Female Maternal Relatives of Homosexual Men
  12. Fertility in the Mothers of Firstborn Homosexual and Heterosexual Men
  13. Fecundity of Paternal and Maternal Non-Parental Female Relatives of Homosexual and Heterosexual Men
  14. New Evidence of Genetic Factors Influencing Sexual Orientation in Men
  15. Genetic Factors Increase Fecundity in Female Maternal Relatives of Bisexual Men as in Homosexuals
  16. Evidence for maternally inherited factors favoring male homosexuality
  17. Maternal inheritance, sexual conflict and the maladapted male
  18. A test of the maternal stress theory of human male homosexuality
  19. Familial Aspects of Male Homosexuality
  20. Sexual orientation, handedness, sex ratio and fetomaternal tolerance rejection
  21. How Many Gay Men Owe Their Sexual Orientation to Fraternal Birth Order?
  22. The genetic basis of hair whorl, handedness, and other phenotypes
  23. Genetic and Environmental Influences on Sexual Orientation and Its Correlates in an Australian Twin Sample
  24. Measurement Models for Sexual Orientation in a Community Twin Sample
  25. Sexual Orientation of Female-to-Male Transsexuals
  26. Common Genetic Factors among Sexual Orientation, Gender Nonconformity, and Number of Sex Partners in Female Twins
  27. An association between male homosexuality and reproductive success
  28. On sexual behavior and sex-role reversal
  29. Potential for homosexual response is prevalent and genetic
  30. Eye Color, Hair Color, Blood Type, and the Rhesus Factor: Exploring Possible Genetic Links to Sexual Orientation
  31. Excess of counterclockwise scalp hair-whorl rotation in homosexual men
  32. The biology of human psychosexual differentiation
  33. Of Moths and Men
  34. Sibling Sex Ratio and Sexual Orientation in Men and Women
  35. Cultures in Psychiatric Nosology
  36. Psychodynamics, Homosexuality, and the Question of Pathology
  37. Beliefs About the Etiology of Homosexuality and About the Ramifications of Discovering Its Possible Genetic Origin
  38. Genes and Human Behavior
  39. Ethics in Behavioral Genetics Research
  40. Religion, Genetics, and Sexual Orientation
  41. Distortion of Clinical Judgment
  42. Unresolved Issues in ScientiŽc Sexology
  43.  Human Sexual Orientation Has a Heritable Component
  44. Sexual differentiation of the human brain in relation to gender identity and sexual orientation
  45. Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation
  46. Biological aspects of gender disorders
  47. Beliefs About the Origins of Homosexuality and Their Implications for Public Policy
  48. Genome-wide scan demonstrates significant linkage for male sexual orientation
  49. Can epigenetics explain homosexuality puzzle?
  50. The Biological Basis of Human Sexual Orientation