Apparently, among a fairly big sample of Gotham high school students, those who identify as homosexual or bisexual are more likely to become pregnant. Now to be sure, they only included students who had had heterosexual sex, so the study itself blurs the lines of what is meant by "homosexual", but it is very striking that even with this caveat, it indicates that sexual identity is rather fluid and not static. And they found, apparently, a statistically significant sample in the upper grades of Gotham Public.
Food for thought, and it strikes me that this indicates that at least a good portion of homosexuality is not innate, but rather comes from one's environment. Exactly what we would have predicted from that twins study from 20 years back that found only 52% correlation of identical genes to sexual preference, really.
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