McIntire, Del
February 1962
ONE;Feb62, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p12
This article examines key issues relevant to the genetic causes of homosexuality. Proponents of the belief in genetic causes of homosexuality may soon find increasing scientific support for their views. Much is yet to be learned about genetic sex and sexual abnormalities, deviations, etc., now ascribed to psychological causes. Some of these may eventually find their explanation in as yet obscure genetic conditions it appears.


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