Wired: How Earnest Research Into Gay Genetics Went Wrong
Timothy Caulfield, a bioethicist and health law scholar at the University of Alberta, cautions that it's too soon to start celebrating. "Research is very hard to control once it's left your laboratory," he says. He gives Neale and his collaborators credit for trying to be careful. the trouble is, it's no longer their story to tell. "Pop culture owns this science now and it is going to keep getting spun to sell products or an ideology."