Monday, June 18, 2007

Why we're so very, very special

Gay men are more likely have a counterclockwise whorl in their hair -- part of a growing body of evidence in the Science of Gaydar. We're more likely to be left-handed, and our fingerprints are distinctive, too. “These are all part and parcel of the idea that being gay is different -- that we are different animals to some extent,” Simon LeVay, the British-born neuroscientist, tells New York magazine. Kind of a densely written piece, but interesting.

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