“Gaydar,” that innate ability gay people supposedly have to zero in on other gays even in a crowd, may really exist.

When Dutch scientists examined how heterosexual and homosexual people focus their attention, they discovered gays are much more detail-oriented.

“This is the first time that scientific proof has been found for the existence of a gaydar mechanism amongst homosexuals,” researcher Dr. Lorenza Colzato of Leiden University in the Netherlands told the Daily Mail. “This perceptual skill allows homosexuals to recognize other gay people faster and we think it’s because they are much more analytic than heterosexuals.”

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