Eight major studies of identical twins in Australia, the U.S., and Scandinavia during the last two decades all arrive at the same conclusion: gays were not born that way.
“At best genetics is a minor factor,” says Dr. Neil Whitehead, PhD. Whitehead worked for the New Zealand government as a scientific researcher for 24 years, then spent four years working for the United Nations and International Atomic Energy Agency. Most recently, he serves as a consultant to Japanese universities about the effects of radiation exposure. His PhD is in biochemistry and statistics.
“Neutral academic surveys show there is substantial change. About half of the homosexual/bisexual population (in a non-therapeutic environment) moves towards heterosexuality over a lifetime. About 3% of the present heterosexual population once firmly believed themselves to be homosexual or bisexual.”
“Sexual orientation is not set in concrete,” he notes.
Dr. Neil Whitehead is author of the book My Genes Made Me Do It – a scientific look at sexual orientation (1999/USA; revised 2nd edition, 2010) and over 140 published scientific papers. The book is available as a free download. It takes account of research undertaken between 2000 – 2012, which strengthens the book’s original conclusions. The book takes a position based on an objective, orthodox and comprehensive 20+-year review of more than 10,000 scientific papers and publications on homosexuality. Dr Whitehead has lived and worked in New Zealand, India, the United States, France, Japan and Afghanistan.