Biology of Sexual Orientation
Most researchers in the area of human sexuality believe that human sexual orientation is largely biologically determined and not a matter of choice. Describe the biological (anatomical, physiological, genetic, chemical) correlates of sexual orientation. Apply this information to how the general public could be educated about the role of biology in education about sexual orientation. Make sure to support your ideas using the textbook and at least one other recent scholarly source. Reference your sources in standard APA format.