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Over 200 chemicals from sewage plants have been identified with oestrogen-like effects.

These include include ingredients in the contraceptive pill, and by-products of cleaning agents, plastics, and cosmetics.

The Potomac Conservancy in Washington DC called for more research to be done In 2010.

Experts from the University of Exeter found that 20 per cent of freshwater fish, including roach (pictured) at 50 different sites in the UK had higher feminine characteristics.

It seems like any time you hear about about an LGBT person causing a scene, it’s a transsexual.

For instance, whenever we’re thrown furiously into the conservative wood-chipper over some silly bathroom issue, it’s always the trans lobby pushing us in.

Thanks to the trans lobby, we’re in a world where a UCLA newspaper has to apologise for saying that women menstruate, but anyone who dares point that out is in for a nasty surprise on social media. They threaten to burn you in effigy on a pride float designed by heterosexual accountants, and that’s just the start. Gay culture, at its heart, is about self-expression and testing the boundaries of what can be thought and said.

Gay men are where Mother Nature makes some of her boldest experiments and achieves some of her greatest successes.Scientists on board the CSIRO's Investigator are looking at Commonwealth marine reserves from northern Tasmania to central Queensland.The team are towing small nets with an underwater camera deep inside the eastern abyss, which reaches depths of up to four kilometres.This included displaying less aggressive and competitive behaviour, usually associated with attracting females of the species, which makes them less likely to breed successfully.Professor Charles Tyler, a fish physiologist and eco-toxicologist from Exeter University,'Using specially created transgenic fish that allow us to see responses to these chemicals in the bodies of fish in real time, for example, we have shown that oestrogens found in some plastics affect the valves in the heart.'Chemical effects on fish have been a rising topic of concern for scientists in recent years.The chemicals causing these effects are often flushed down the loo and include ingredients in the contraceptive pill, and by-products of cleaning agents, plastics, and cosmetics.Medications like anti-depressants were also found to be altering fish's natural behaviour.The chemicals, which are affecting as many as one in five river fish, can lead to a reduction in sperm production as well as triggering the production of eggs.They also found that the offspring of these fish tended to be more susceptible to chemical alteration.This included a reduction in sperm production as well as triggering the production of eggs.(stock image)It found that more than 80 per cent of male bass fish in the Potomoc River exhibited female traits, such as eggs in their testes, likely due to a 'toxic stew' of chemicals.

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