It compared children who were related in different ways to each other, and who differed in whether they had lived with their fathers. While there is clearly no such thing as a 'father absence gene', there are genetic contributions to traits in both mums and dads that increase the likelihood of earlier sexual behaviour in their children. Simon Blake, from the sexual health charity, Brook Advisory Centre, took issue with the idea that genes were the overriding factor in early sex. E-mail this to a friend Printable version. Most Popular Now 56, people are reading stories on the site right now. The fact that children raised in homes without a dad have sex earlier is down to their genes, say US researchers. All young people need access to confidential sexual health services as well as high quality education about sex and relationships from a young age Simon Blake, Brook Advisory Centre. Family Planning Association.
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