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05/08/2006

Study that the religious right will now ignore, condemn, or attempt to discredit

by Jeremy Hooper

A new Swedish study suggests that lesbians' brains react to sex hormones differently than do those of heterosexual women, with the Sapphic ladies' noggins instead responding more like the brains of heterosexual men. Meaning, of course, that neither called the sex hormone back after getting "a piece of that."

The findings many not full show that biology is at least partially responsible for one's sexuality; though for more concrete proof, just open your eyes and actually talk to a few homosexuals.

Study: Lesbians' Brains React Differently [AP via Yahoo! News]

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