jp255 Posted September 24, 2012 Share Posted September 24, 2012 (edited) I'm not even sure that defining a test group and a control group for the purposes of a GWAS on sexuality is actually possible in any sort of scientifically meaningful way That is the biggest limitation in my opinion. The accuracy and the errors are also unkown. How can the impact of prejudice against homosexuality even be detected? but that is what i have been arguing for the last 6 pages (it doesn't seem to be getting through to these people) Learn from that post then? I can't recall understanding your points. The choice argument is pretty much total speculation (no can prove how homosexuals think), or at least relies on very imaginative extension of evidence from other species which is barely considered suggestive. Edited September 24, 2012 by jp255 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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