There too the gay twin was visibly more effeminate in both speech and dainty hand movements. To test the accuracy of the so-called gaydar, premised on the idea of gendered traits distinguishing gays, some members of the previously mentioned Northwestern University group did another study using videos, this time using only adults: We videotaped homosexual and heterosexual men and women answering an interview question about their interests.We then recruited two additional sets of participants to rate various aspects of brief excerpts from these interviews.The former were thought of as effeminate not just because they took the receptive role in anal sex, but because they were also feminine in dress and manner.Both give credence to the idea that gays exists outside of our culture.In other words, people can pick up on non-sexual cues like movement, speech, and appearance to correctly assess whether someone is gay or not.These differences are not just superficial mannerisms either, but are deep inside the brain.The science ties sexual orientation to gender, the sense of being masculine or feminine.
But there's an important caveat that the gay activists don't mention when trumpeting this good news.
The raters found that "prehomosexual children were significantly more gender nonconforming than preheterosexual children" and that these differences persisted into adulthood.
The other twins on the 60 Minutes program were Steve and Greg, two young adults.
As a child, the Urning manifests an entirely unmistakable inclination toward girls' occupations, toward the company of girls, toward playing with girls' toys, especially dolls.
How terribly lamentable to such a child that it is not the custom for boys to play with dolls, that Santa Claus will not bring him any dolls, too, and that he is forbidden to play with his sister's dolls!