- [...] - persons disinclined to sexual behavior with members of the opposite sex have been at a considerable reproductive disadvantage.
This is based on some unmentioned assumptions and also unnecessary to the article in general. --Robbe
- I disagree on both counts but not strongly enough to fight about it. However, I am including the complete text here for context:
- This is not surprising when we consider that heterosexual behavior (coitus) is responsible for the reproduction of human beings - persons disinclined to sexual behavior with members of the opposite sex have been at a considerable reproductive disadvantage."
Surely there's *someone* more recent than Kinsey to refer to? --MichaelTinkler
- Yes, surely, but I don't know them so I wrote about what I know. Kinsey should still be referenced as the researcher who first explored the subject, though. Probably any extended discussion of sexual orientation belongs there. --Dmerrill
"These studies have been discredited, because they relied on prison inmates, hardly a representative sample of the general population."
Ok. Let's see the ref. :-)