Scientists say they can now predict if someone is gay by looking at DNA...
The DNA test 'that reveals if you're gay': Genetic code clue is 70% accurate, claim scientists
- Researchers studied the DNA of 47 pairs of adult male identical twins
- Distinct patterns of modifications to DNA were linked to homosexuality
- Known as epigenetics, these changes are thought to occur in the womb
Scientists claim they can predict whether someone is gay or straight with up to 70 per cent accuracy by looking at their DNA.
It has long been believed that sexuality has a biological basis – with certain genes linked to being gay.
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