As my profile states, I am an aspiring physician scientist geneticist. My current work has nothing to do with human sexuality, but since I have accepted my homosexuality, I have been pondering the likely genetic contribution to homosexuality. I, of course, think all things genetic are fascinating. I am planning a series of posts on what is known about the genetics of homosexuality. But before I delve into my pet topic, I thought I would conduct a poll. Do you think scientists should even try to further understand the genetics of homosexuality? Feel free to post the reason for your response in the comments section.
What happens when a clueless gay Mormon boy marries a closeted lesbian Mormon convert from Catholicism and they have a kid, lose their faith, and try to make their marriage work? Join us on this messy journey we call life.
I am gay, a father, and was raised Mormon turned agnostic/athiest.
I am a sapphic post-Mormon liberal Catholic, a science editor, and a mom. I like chocolate, retail therapy, and am still trying to convince Mister Curie to let us get a dog.