The length of your fingers reveals your sexual orientation?

It’s amazing the lengths “researchers” will go to try “prove” their hypothesis.  In this case, anti-Biblical morality activists created a study to reveal that nature doesn’t just spit out male and female humans attracted to their opposite sex, but instead humans whose gender and preferences defy their chromosomes and–if I may–God’s intentions.  Below is the most recent study.
The bottom line is, God loves us all and has a great plan to cleanse us of our sins, and place us on the narrow path that leads to righteousness.

– Brian

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How we end up as adults is most likely a result of both nature and nurture. Our genes determine certain things, while our upbringing and experiences have their own impact. Sexuality is one of the factors researchers are curious about – why some people are straight and others are gay, bisexual, or asexual.

According to new research, someone’s sexuality may lie in their hands. The study, published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, found there may be a link between finger length and sexuality.

Researchers from the University of Essex recruited 18 sets of female identical twins, and 14 male, with different sexual orientations. They looked at their hands to determine how “male-typical” or “female-typical” they were. Usually, women’s index and ring fingers are a similar length, while men have a greater difference between the two. It’s known as the 2D:4D ratio.

Results showed the lesbian twin would have more male-typical hands than the straight sister. The gay male twin on average had more male-typical hands than the straight brother, but the difference was not significant.

“Because identical twins, who share 100% of their genes, can differ in their sexual orientations, factors other than genetics must account for the differences,” said Tuesday Watts, from the department of psychology.

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