'Gaydar' automatic and more accurate for women's faces; Accurate even when faces were upside down, psychologists find
After seeing faces for less than a blink of an eye, college students have accuracy greater than mere chance in judging others' sexual orientation. Their "gaydar" persisted even when they saw the photos upside-down, and gay versus straight judgments were more accurate for women's faces than for men's.
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