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'Gaydar' revisited: New insight into how women perceive emotions, thoughts, personality, and sexual orientation

A recent study sheds new light on the phenomenon known as "gaydar," or the ability to determine another person's sexual orientation. The study found that women who identified as lesbians were better at detecting sexual orientation in other women, but that straight women were more attune to detecting emotion and thoughts in their peers.
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