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  1. jocks
    jocks at |

    hey i love this page it is so gay

  2. ChalGal
    ChalGal at |

    Haha, this was very intersting! I’m a bisexual woman and I traced my hands and I found that my right index finger is much bigger than my ring finger. However, on my left hand, my index finger is just barley smaller than my ring finger or maybe it’s the other way around…? I can’t really tell, the difference is SO small! The only thing that bothered me was how they used the term “sexual preference” and not “sexual oreintation”. I mean, your sexuality is NOT a choice, but it was still an intersesting artical! ^_^

  3. John Grimm
    John Grimm at |

    When I was at Edsel Ford High School in the city of Dearborn, Michigan
    I did not have any friends and nobody wanted to be my friend because
    I’m physical handicapped and it bothered me a lot when I was in high school.
    There are a lot of gay men and bisexual men who did not have any friends when they were
    in high school because of their sexual oreintation I also know where they are coming from.

  4. Chelsea
    Chelsea at |

    This is crazy accurate. O.o
    As a lesbian sitting here, I measured my fingers, (flat on the table, relaxed), and my ring finger is actually longer than my index finger. This is crazy!

  5. gus
    gus at |

    There’s a high chance of left-handedness, sexual orientation and a higher possibility of certain disorders is linked to the hormone level in the womb, that will also affect the finger lengths especially the ring finger. More left handed (still minority) men and women in the group of homosexuals than in the group of hetero sexuals. More people with language problems and imune problems in the group of left handers and more left handers in the group of twins. And more twins in Western Afrika (about 1 of 10 people) than in Europe. For most men the right testicle is heavier and higher, same for homosexual men but they have a larger perencate of men with left balls up or left balls heaviear. Guess you can use that for your “Gaydar”. Also their hair more often curls into the counter clockwise direction. As you already said, these aspects only come in a higher percentage but are still minorities for homosexuals.

    I don’t see how anyone can be made responsible for wether they are left handed or gay or a twin or have a disorder. Nobody chooses to be a twin. I’m wondering if any of the groups or any of the people who are part of several of these groups have special talents, things that they are way better in, because different parts of their brains are favoured. Leonardo Da Vinci was also left handed.

    Given that left handed people usually die about 10 years younger, I’m glad to be part of none of the group but I’d still like to know more about it.

  6. Warren
    Warren at |

    7-22-08.Hi.Is it wrong to care about the person,and not just his sex organ?I am glad for the friends I have,gay or not.We are all born with a sex organ.I like what some of these people say.They do make sense to me.

  7. Alexa
    Alexa at |

    This is certainly an interesting article. Though I must say, in our cases inaccurate. My gay brother and I were looking for gaydar tests to play around with when we came across this page. So we look at ourselves. His hair whorl is clockwise and my ring finger is nearly a whole centimetre longer than my index finger on both hands and I am a heterosexual female. Though we have always known we’re a family of freaks so it doesn’t really come as a surprise.

  8. Warren Cook
    Warren Cook at |

    9-28-09.Hi.It is interesting,to me, that you did send me this e-mail.I am a gay male who does care about other people.I do feel we never do have enough friends.nicky79@sonic.net

  9. maz
    maz at |

    ohhhhhkaaaaay theeen

  10. Fork
    Fork at |

    I’m pretty sure I’m gay and my ring fingers are half a centimeter longer then my index fingers. ;) just don’t tell my parents…

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  12. costa
    costa at |

    My ring fingers are longer than my index fingers, I have clockwise hair whorl and I am homosexual. Crux is, we can’t and shouldn’t generalize things as per our own observations.

  13. Craig
    Craig at |

    I think that because most people think of homosexual men when they hear the term gay they should have a term specifically for lesbians, such as dykedar.


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