According to evolutionary theory, shouldn't we be seeing a sharp decrease in homosexuality if such is genetic? Reproduction of any "gay genes" is only possible if gays act against their natures, which fewer gays seem to be doing these days. Plus, homosexuality would seem to be a biological defect by the standard of "the survival of the fittest." Yet instead of any decrease in homosexuality, we're seeing a sharp increase in it. Does this mean that scientists must choose between evolutionary theory and the view that homosexuality is genetic?