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Does 'Gaydar' Have a Scientific Explanation?
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Does 'Gaydar' Have a Scientific Explanation?

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Does 'Gaydar' Have a Scientific Explanation?

Does 'Gaydar' Have a Scientific Explanation?
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The rise of the "metrosexual" has been a source of much confusion among straight and gay women and men, even those who pride themselves on their "gaydar." David France, contributing editor for New York Magazine, talks about his recent article entitled, "The Science of Gaydar." Is it guesswork, or actually scientific?

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David France, contributing editor to New York Magazine

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