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But how might the "gay man gene" make females more reproductively successful? The results show strong support for the "balancing selection hypothesis," which is fast becoming the accepted theory of the genetic basis of male homosexuality. They are more fertile, displaying fewer gynecological disorders or complications during pregnancy; they are more extroverted, as well as funnier, happier and more relaxed; and they have fewer family problems and social anxieties. While female sexuality appears to be more fluid, research suggests that male gayness is an inborn, unalterable, strongly genetically influenced trait. Previously, the Italian researchers suggested that the "gay man gene" might simply increase androphilia, or attraction to men, thereby making the males who possess the gene homosexual and the females who possess it more promiscuous. The new study will appear in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. A new study by Camperio Ciani and his team addresses the question for the first time.

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But after investigating the characteristics of female maternal relatives of homosexual and heterosexual men, the researchers have adjusted their hypothesis.

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By Natalie Wolchover June 11, Follow Natalie Wolchover on Twitter nattyover. If a daughter inherits that same X-linked gene, she herself may not be gay, but she can pass it on to her sons. Attracting and choosing from the best males enables these women to produce more offspring, he noted. He noted that environmental factors — including the level of exposure to certain hormones in the womb — also play a role in molding male sexuality. A new study by Camperio Ciani and his team addresses the question for the first time.

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Attracting and choosing from the best males enables these women to produce more offspring, he noted. By Natalie Wolchover June 11, The androphilic pattern that we found is about females who increase their reproductive value to attract the best males," Camperio Ciani told Life's Little Mysteries. This longstanding question is finally being answered by new and ongoing research. They are more fertile, displaying fewer gynecological disorders or complications during pregnancy; they are more extroverted, as well as funnier, happier and more relaxed; and they have fewer family problems and social anxieties. Rather than making women more attracted to men, the "gay man gene" appears to make these women more attractive to men.