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06/16/2008

Study: Grey matter give clues on gay matters

by Jeremy Hooper

New research indicates that there are physical similarities between the brains of both gay men and hetero women, and lesbians and straight men:

Gay Men, Straight Women Have Similar Brains [HealthDay News]

Interesting. Researchers reportedly tested their evidence by saying the words, "Ooh, the 'Sex and the City' movie is playing at the theatre next door," and gauging the reaction.

Oh, but the cranial revelations don't end there, friends. For in an exclusive new G-A-Y study, we have also learned that gay dudes and straight girls have a similar Brainy in their minds:

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Though who's surprised, really? Despite what the Gargamels of the world may try to tell you, you just can't choose who it is that you want to Smurf.

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Your thoughts

When you present our realities with a touch of humor as well, it makes reading your posts more than worth while.

Posted by: Bill Ware | Jun 16, 2008 3:48:00 PM

linky no worky.

Posted by: evan | Jun 16, 2008 5:24:37 PM

It doesn't? Works for me.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Jun 16, 2008 5:26:59 PM

Got link to work.. after second click and wait. Problem: It is a study done in Stockholm. .... and almost all worldwide statisticaians do not use their facts anymore, just like those from Mayo's in Rochester, Minn, because the populations are too homogeneous.,,, and basically apply to Swedes only or Swedes and Norwegeians in Minn. I could have done residency at Mayo's but not near enough diversity. So sorry I would want to see one done of a combo of races/ethnicities.

Posted by: LOrion | Jun 16, 2008 7:19:25 PM

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