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BLINDED BY SCIENCE

Comedian Cerys Bradley tries to unravel just what it is that makes us queer
MAKE UP Gregoris at Calliste Agency
Words Matthew Todd

What makes us gay? It’s a question that science has attempted to answer for years but, as yet, has not been able to unravel. As part of the British

Science Festival, in Hull, an event that strives to make science accessible to the public, 25-yearold self-confessed “scientist, comedian and queer” Cerys Bradley gives their take on the state of scientific research on LGBT+ people. Cerys, who uses the pronouns they and them, first started looking into research on LGBT+ parents after their mum made it clear she wanted to become a grandmother. They were surprised at how much of it seemed politically motivated by scientists and researchers.

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