Friday, January 10, 2014
Genetics Can Affect When A Person Will Lose His Or Her Virginity
Obviously, each person makes individual decision when to have sex for the first time, but recent study shows that your genetiics can play a role in how early you make the decision. In fact, a study of twins who were separated at birth shows that there is a strong link a person chooses to lose his or her virginity. "It is not line there is a gene for having sex at certain date" says Nancy sagel, a psychologist at California State University Fullerton, who led the new study. But inheritable traits as impulsiveness do affect the decision though social mores play a roll as well. In fact, there less of a consistent genetic effect in twins born before 1948 han those born after 1960.