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Monday, May 09, 2016
Has The Gaydar Mystery Been Solved?
Ever wonder why some gay men can identify other gay men from a mile away? Well, a mile might be an exaggeration, but most gay guys do have a keen ability to identify other gay men in the immediate vicinity. There is often no concrete explanation why, at least until now. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania's Monell Chemical Senses Center may have solved the mystery behind our so-called "gaydar" or a gay man's ability to recognize other gay men without specific identifiers.