The association between the fraternal birth order effect in male homosexuality and other markers of human sexual orientation

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Rahman, Qazi;
(2005)

Later fraternal birth order (FBO) is a well-established correlate of homosexuality in human males and may implicate a maternal immunization response in the feminization of male sexuality. This has led to the suggestion that FBO may relate to other markers of male sexual... View more
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