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In regards to '''homosexuality statistics''', below are some statistics which reveal the nature of [[homosexuality]]:  
 
In regards to '''homosexuality statistics''', below are some statistics which reveal the nature of [[homosexuality]]:  
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*In respect to the [[Causes of Homosexuality|causes of homosexuality]], Dr. Whitehead and Briar Whitehead state regarding various cultures: "If homosexuality were significantly influenced by [[gene]]s, it would appear in every culture, but in twenty-nine of seventy-nine cultures surveyed by Ford and Beach in 1952, homosexuality was rare or absent."<ref>[http://www.mygenes.co.nz/download.htm My Genes Made Me Do it - a scientific look at sexual orientation by Dr Neil Whitehead and Briar Whitehead - Chapter 6]</ref>
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In regards to homosexuality statistics, below are some statistics which reveal the nature of homosexuality:


  • In respect to the causes of homosexuality, Dr. Whitehead and Briar Whitehead state regarding various cultures: "If homosexuality were significantly influenced by genes, it would appear in every culture, but in twenty-nine of seventy-nine cultures surveyed by Ford and Beach in 1952, homosexuality was rare or absent."[1]




  • In respect to homosexuality and gonorrhea in the United States, the CDC reported the following regarding the United States and homosexuality: "CDC conducted sentinel surveillance in 28 cities and found the proportion of cases resistant to fluoroquinolone antibiotics (a first-line treatment for gonorrhea) increased from 4.1 percent in 2003 to 6.8 percent in 2004. Resistance is especially worrisome in men who have sex with men, where it was eight times higher than among heterosexuals (23.8 percent vs. 2.9 percent)."[4]





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