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  1. There may not be genetic markers of sexual orientation, but there seem to be situational correlations.
    Later born males have higher rates of homosexuality than 1st-borns. Could this be to provide child-caring uncles to help the 1st-born father? Would this have survival value for a genetic code that promoted such odds? Could a mother’s circumstances raising earlier offspring cause her to secrete hormones that influence the fetus towards homosexuality?
    A male sleeping near a pregnant mate receives pheromones that cause him to become more fatherly.
    Stress can prevent pregnancy.
    A woman having regular unstressed sex is more likely to get pregnant per each intercourse.
    Or… genetic coding that has survival value for that code?

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