Researches have seemed to of pinpointing the gene responsible for sexual orientation. Researchers feel that the gene is simply not an "on/off" switch, but instead extremely variable. Researchers also don't feel that the gay gene exists in a variable spectrum between heterosexuality and homosexuality, but is all encompassing of sexual identity. Researchers have theorized that short INAH3 genes signify heterosexuality, though no research was mentioned about sub-sexual identity in a heterosexual world. They also theorize the tail end of the INAH3 gene (INAH3 RT) accounts for the sexual identity in homosexuals. A long INAH3 RT="bear" like and a "bent INAH3 RT="drag" or feminine.
There's also theories going around about whether or not this gene will evolve. Some feel there will be a "super-gay" gene; a gene that would be responsible for a quadrupling in the homosexual demographic (40% or 5.6% depending on your statistic). Some even go as far to say that these effects will actually somehow create a better world. Eco-friendly cars, a super charged economy and the eradication of the word "orphanage". (Source: XY Magazine, edition 49)
I find the INAH3 gene and the sub-identity tail, INAH3 RT, to be quite fascinating. This evolutionary change in the gay gene and the eradication of our "problems" seem a little bogus to me though.
So what's your INAH3 RT like? I'm not sure about mine. Mine's on the longer side of things, though that could be from other genetic sources (my family is hairy -,- and I also have an extremely low fat content. Not characteristic of a "bear"). I'm thinking mine is a little bent, I am kind of feminine. I'm not a fem-bot, I'm just kind of feminine...
Note: the article said nothing about dykes. I'm starting to feel that I'm either self-closeted from dykes or that researchers don't care about the lesbians.