The Layson albatross, which nests in Hawaii, is known for its large number of homosexual partnerships. Girls, on the other hand, allegedly behave much better in their belly. It's not just gay sex though - the males also embrace each other and sleep close to one another in water. As soon as the sex of a child is known, people will automatically assign it certain roles, often even before birth. Studies have found that these homosexual sheep have a different brain structure than their heterosexual counterparts, and release less sex hormones. Because then you unconsciously pass them on," says Verlan.
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