posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 11:01 AM
In conclusion, doesn't this mean that the study reveals there is thus a 'straight' face?
Talk about a keeping a straight face! =D
Seriously though, their finding is totally consistent with the fact that all persons start out life as females, and if there is enough testosterone
and sensitivity to it (and other prenatal androgens key to sex development in the womb) and that a masculinized face is distinguishable some 80% of
the time from females and gays. (Thats not to say that gays aren't masculinized, but the majority show signs of reduced male masculinization which
understandably, did not turn the brain completely male to the point that they are sexually attracted to the opposite sex).
Then there's intersexuals, but that only happens in what, 1 in 300 births?