>you know, simon levay took *a lot* of criticism for his work - that paper
>was 92 or 93? i think it is worth noting here as well that there has been
>no subsequent publication by levay which claims any replication of his
>findings (surely, he must have tried, no?)
No, he did not. LeVey left science to start a gay college in west
Criticism is a part of scientific progress. Don't feel sorry for LeVay,
he's still the biggest name in the field among the laypublic. One study,
right to the top. Who can criticise that?
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