Follow this link to see an example of how same-sex couples resemble fraternal twins:
|Opposites don't seem to attract on TV's Brothers & Sisters, where the gay couple played by Luke MacFarlane, left, and Matthew Rhys could be blood brothers.|
At a recent gay pride march that I saw in Birmingham it was remarkable how same sex couples so often looked like twins.
For example, here is a picture of a group at a Gay pride march in Bangalore;
And I am not the only one who has noticed this.
Micheal Musto on Village Voice asks:
Is it possible that this is the explanation for homosexuality?
Academics have played with the idea of same-sex coupling in literature and philosophy, but it is possible that in all our musings we have missed the point?
Maybe - just maybe - womb twin survivors whose twin was the same sex as themselves, may seek out an intimate attachment with another person of the same sex, ( who is also a womb twin survivor and after the same level of intimacy) and that is what same-sex attraction all about. It's the search for the lost twin [ more in this article. ]
As I often say, there is a lot more to learn, but we could begin a debate on this possibility. We could even do some research, perhaps using the Womb Twin project questionnaire.......