The Joys of Gay Sex: London Sex Educator Bradley Birkholz; There Isn’t Just One Gay Gene: Many Genes Influence Same-Sex Sexuality; Ryan Field Books

The Joys of Gay Sex: London Sex Educator Bradley Birkholz

Here’s a link to an interview with a young guy named Bradley Birkholz who discusses gay sex. He’s only 22, but he’s also a sex educator.

A lot of my own understanding of sex and sexual education, and of more obscure elements of sexuality have been from other people in my life, other sex educators and non-romantic partners. Some things have come from viewers as well. One of my latest videos covers a form of non-penetrative sex called “intercrural,” which was a term I had never heard before. I went and researched it and made a video about it because of that one comment.

Here’s the link. It’s interesting. The comments are a little vicious, though.

There Isn’t Just One Gay Gene: Many Genes Influence Same-Sex Sexuality

This one is about something new. It’s something I’ve always wondered about. I have a gay brother, a gay nephew, and a gay niece. And Tony has several gay people in his family, too. So whether or not it’s hereditary has always fascinated me. Now they claim it’s not just one gene that makes people gay.

 The influence comes not from one gene but many, each with a tiny effect — and the rest of the explanation includes social or environmental factors — making it impossible to use genes to predict someone’s sexuality.

There’s more, here. It’s a complicated piece and I’m not going to try to begin to explain it here. But It’s worth the read. 

In all fairness, though, I have to link to this next article, too. Not everyone is thrilled with this study.

“At worst, the public will be misinformed and confused about why scientists would study this trait over thousands of serious diseases, all while a historically marginalized group has been left more vulnerable.”

Here’s a link to this one. 


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