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From: CTV Canada

Ovulating women better at spotting straight men: study

CTV Canada:

Women can more accurately identify a man’s sexual orientation the closer she is to ovulation, according to a study released this month.

The study, a joint project by the University of Toronto and Tufts University in Boston, looked at the ability of 40 undergraduate women to judge whether a man is gay or straight based on viewing a photograph of his face.

In the first of three experiments, the women looked at 80 images, half of which were gay men, and were told to determine each man’s sexual orientation.

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