Epigenetics Underpins Homosexuality

Sex-specific epi-marks, which normally do not pass between generations, can lead to homosexuality when they escape erasure and are transmitted from father to daughter or mother to son. [© oxygen64 - Fotolia.com]
Sex-specific epi-marks, which normally do not pass between generations, can lead to homosexuality when they escape erasure and are transmitted from father to daughter or mother to son. [© oxygen64 - Fotolia.com]

<img class="size-full wp-image-3771" alt="Sex-specific epi-marks, which normally do not pass between generations, can lead to homosexuality when they escape erasure and are transmitted from father to daughter or mother to son. [