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Fruit flies study raises questions about homosexuality

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  1. Sister Mary Clarence 11 Dec 2007, 2:56pm

    Mr Featherstone’s view does seem to contracdict that of Mr Morris. Mr Featherstone’s take on it does seem to be based on research of some sort, whereas Mr Morris’ seems to be based on very little at all.Either way, I’m happy with who I am and who ever is right isn’t going to make me any more or less so.

  2. Heck! We’re now being compared with a fruit fly!I preferred the penguin comparisons myself. At least they look cute.

  3. Biologist David Featherstone said that his team had discovered a “gender-blind” gene in fruit flies which could be altered with drugs, turning them bisexualno what this means is they are so horny they will shag anythingBisexual ?!?!?!?!?

  4. Alfred Fooqington-Farqhau 12 Dec 2007, 11:02am

    Alcohol has a similar effect on students, chavs and Tory MP’s.

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