Friday, January 25, 2008

An Eye for Sexual Orientation

Excerpted from Science Now:
Talk about "gaydar." In just a fraction of a second, people can accurately judge the sexual orientation of other individuals by glancing at their faces, according to new research. The finding builds on the growing theory that the subconscious mind detects and probably guides much more of human behavior than is realized.

Just one more nail in the coffin of the evangelical's notion of choice in sexuality.

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