A study recently published in "Psychology Bulletin," finds homosexual men and women are
more likely to be left-handed than their heterosexual counterparts. Canadian
researchers say these findings indicate sexual orientation, like handedness, may be determined before
birth. A statistical analysis of 20 studies involving more than 23,000 men and
women had found that gay men were 34 percent more inclined toward left-handednesss than non-gay
men while the chances were even greater among homosexual women, where they were 91
percent more likely to be left-handed than heterosexual women.

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