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Filed under Calendar, Campus News on 11/2/2012 by Author: Chris Shaw.

A  panel of professors will discuss sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression from scientific perspectives of biology, psychology and sociology.

Does a person's home life affect development?, Can sexuality be changed or hidden?, Is a person born gay or straight?, Homosexual behavior has been noted in many other species besides humans. Does this lend insights into the evolution and expression of these behaviors? These questions and more will be discussed.

The event is free and open to the public on Thursday, November 15, at 7 pm in Elson Hall Auditorium, as part of Ohio University Zanesville’s Third Thursday event series. For more information on the Third Thursday event series, contact Cindy Linn at 740.588.1547 or via email at linnc@ohio.edu

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