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tomboyA recent study has found that children who display non-typical gender traits are more likely to be gay.

The research, which was conducted by a team from London’s Queen Mary University, suggests that a third of girls and between 50 and 80% of boys who display non-typical gender behaviour will grow up gay.

As part of the study, they questioned 4,000 female twins, which led them to believe there may also be a genetic factor in female gender presentation and sexuality.


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