What has research taught us about sexual orientation?

Hi all, need help!!!!!! Tell me what research taught us about sexual orientation.
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Surveys can tell us how many people (about 3 percent) are attracted to their own sex, but statistics cannot decide issues of human rights. There is no evidence that environmental influences determine sexual orientation. Biological influences may include the presence of same-sex behaviors in many animal species, straight-gay differences in body and brain characteristics, higher rates in certain families and in identical twins, and exposure to certain hormones during critical periods of prenatal development.
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"Nearly all descriptions involving sex orientation course incorporate a internal component, such as direction of the person's sensual hope, or perhaps a conduct element, which often targets your intercourse from the person's intimate spouse/ohydrates. Some people favor only to abide by someone's ego-explanation or even identification. "
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