Studies by a Dutch scientist led to striking conclusions: it turns out that smoking during pregnancy may well contribute to the birth of a homosexual child.
These findings were presented in his study by neurologist Dick Swab, who was devoted to the question of the influence of bad habits on the development of the embryo. In his studies, Swaab relied on data collected by scientists from 1939 to 1969.
The specialist believes that this pattern is explained by the specific property of nicotine, which has an immune nature and leads to various hormonal problems.
In alcoholic mothers, according to Swab, children are more likely to be born autistic.