Maybe it's the twinkle in their eyes.
sexual orientation, simply by looking at their faces, although researchers say little is known about how such judgments
Joshua Tabak at the University of Washington and Vivian Zayas at Cornell University used college students to judge the sexual
orientation of people, based on the Facebook photos of those who described themselves as straight or gay.
It's a strange world.”
Imagine the Christian Right setting up road blocks and pulling people over who look gay!”