Religious leader the Bishop of Morphou Neophytos has claimed women enjoying anal sex while pregnant is the reason that gay people exist. Speaking at a primary school in Akaki, Cyprus, he claimed that the enjoyment the mother experiences transfers to the foetus, making the child gay. In a video translated by Metro. It follows an abnormal sexual act between the parents. To be more clear, anal sex.
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The results of a long-term study of reproductive health, published in the British Medical Journal , have revealed that one in two hundred US women claim to have given birth without ever having had sexual intercourse. The findings were based on a study of 7, women and girls aged 15 to 28, as part of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, which ran from to The Christmas issue of the BMJ reports that, of the women who took part in the study, 45 0. In short, they claimed to have conceived - yet had not had vaginal intercourse or in-vitro fertilisation IVF. The BMJ article notes that virgin births, or parthenogenesis from the Greek parthenos for virgin and genesis for birth , can occur in non-humans as a consequence of "asexual reproduction, where growth and development of the embryo occurs without fertilization". For the study of putative virgin pregnancies, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill analyzed data from the thousands of teenage girls and young women who took part in the long-running study.
Gay people exist because pregnant women have anal sex, bishop says
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