A twentysomething man had an alarming experience on a camping trip with his father and two brothers. It was like seeing a great white whale breaching alongside dolphins. None of us look strikingly like our parents, but we are clearly brothers, except for this newly discovered alien appendage on my younger brother. Dear Prudence advises against meddling. How would you even broach the topic?
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Besides the showrunners' focus on authenticity, the HBO series is so realistic because James Franco's twins in The Deuce twins are based on real people. The man, who the showrunners declined to name, told them how he and his twin brother were mob fronts for bars and prostitution massage parlors in Times Square during the '70s. Franco has also spoken of the "actual guy who had a twin brother," who not only led to his two characters but to the entire show, during The Deuce panel at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in July. As Paste reported, Franco said his character was "a great sort of entryway for this story of New York at this time. Along with the Martino characters and the story, the bar that Vincent manages also comes from the showrunners' unnamed source.
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By Andy Coghlan. A genetic analysis of pairs of gay brothers, including sets of twins, has provided the strongest evidence yet that gay people are born gay. The study clearly links sexual orientation in men with two regions of the human genome that have been implicated before, one on the X chromosome and one on chromosome 8. The finding is an important contribution to mounting evidence that being gay is biologically determined rather than a lifestyle choice. The region on the X chromosome picked out by the study, called Xq28, was originally identified in by Dean Hamer of the US National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, but attempts to validate the finding since have been mixed.