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Scientists prove gays can pick out fellow homosexuals

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Gay people really do have an inbuilt radar that helps them seek out like-minded souls, scientists have shown.

This sixth sense, or ‘gaydar’, ensures they pay more attention to detail, allowing them to pluck potential partners out of a crowd.

The Dutch researchers looked at whether straight and gay people focus their attention differently when faced with a problem.

Full story: Gaydar really exists: Scientists prove gays can pick out fellow homosexuals