… otherwise I wouldn’t be sure if I could count on my Gaydar telling me Richard Simmons is gay.
Simmons registers a 6.3 on the Dichter scale when the Gaydar is out of batteries.
The National Science Foundation spent $30,000 to fund a study done by the University of Washington and Cornell University’s to measure “gaydar” – the ability of people to identify sexual orientation merely by appearance
The researchers confirmed that “gaydar” exists, writing that participants were about 60% accurate when attempting to identify sexual orientation by appearance.
This was one of many wasteful spending studies revealed by yet another wasteful spending study.