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By Tina Hesman Saey. August 29, at pm. Updated August 30, at pm. Publication of the largest-ever study of the roles of genes in homosexual behavior is fanning the debate over whether being gay is due to genes or environment.
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A new study suggests many genes, each with small effects, may play a role in same-sex sexual behavior. People who have had same-sex partners are more likely to have one or more of certain DNA markers, according to the largest ever search for genes linked to sexual orientation. Even all the markers taken together, however, cannot predict whether a person is gay, bisexual, or straight. Instead, hundreds or thousands of genes, each with small effects, apparently influence sexual behavior.
Yet the legacy of Stonewall is not limited to these milestones, and remains ongoing and open-ended. Queer people of color and trans communities continue to struggle against social and political marginalization, and poor and working-class voices remain underrepresented in mainstream LGBTQ politics and culture. In spite of its many successes, the movement for queer liberation has lost none of its urgency a half-century later.