You know that ‘gay face’ thing? Turns out gay faces are more masculine than straight ones. Fact!


Not so gay after all...

Gay men and straight men have different shaped faces. Scientific fact! Well, it stands to reason: you always know who’s gay without so much as looking at their shoes, after all.

According to the University of *toggles windows* oh, somewhere in Prague, gay men tend to have faces that are wider and shorter (rude!) than their straight counterparts, characteristics that are read as more masculine than the long, dolly drag-queen faces of most straight men.

Gay men also tend to have really cute button noses and more rounded and much bigger jaws, making us scientifically more beautiful than the grunt in the crowd.

Someone very high up in the study warned, however, ‘It’s necessary to point out to possible misunderstandings of our results…’ *puts single finger on more rounded and bigger chin, nods slowly* ‘The fact that we have found some significant morphological differences between homosexual and heterosexual men does not mean that any of the groups is easily recognizable on the street.’

But add in some jeans that cup the arse just so, clean fingernails and eyes all over the place and we think you might be able to sort the wheat from the chaff.

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3 comments to “You know that ‘gay face’ thing? Turns out gay faces are more masculine than straight ones. Fact!”

  1. Interesting. By the definition of this article, I’m as straight as they come. By the definition of penile approval, I’m certainly not. I know which I’ll stick with….

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