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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Actually, your ring finger looks longer from this angle.

    We're not talking a huge difference, remember -- either a 1-to-1 ratio or a 96% ratio... that's not much, even if measurable.

    yes, but it's just the angle. I measured as per instruction and the pic of the palm is a truer representation...




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    I just used a ruler. I suppose the scanner method may be more accurate.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    By the way, I see that most studies mention how this ratio tends to change a lot between populations (not even ethnicity) - they say that between-populations effects are larger than within-populations effects, thus it's hard to really make a comparison when we're dealing with subjects coming from a mixed place like the US...

    Dunno, I seem to have a high digit ratio, but I am quite athletic & math has always been among my strongest subjects in school.
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    0.96 ratio.

    That makes me manlier. O_O!!!

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    0.92 <--- that makes me (almost*) manliest.

    But my SAT verbal was 99th percentile and my waist-hip ratio is 0.73 <-- girliest, too?


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    Once again, an equal opportunity thread becomes a masculine-oriented pissing match....
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    this was about equal opportunity?
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    Very feminine
    What do the researchers mean by feminine? My ratio is 1.014 which doesn't correlate to my definition of femininity.
    • The colour pink doesn't send me into girlish ecstacy.
    • Baby talk makes me want to go deaf instead of hearing it being used by two adults gushing at each other. When heard, bodily harm or painful gagging come to mind.
    • Some of my most important interests belong traditionally in the male sector.

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    Were those in the descriptive list of differences?
    (I don't remember seeing them. Maybe I missed them.)
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    MORE FORTHCOMING....



    WOMEN (Should have a ratio of about 1)

    LOW 2D:4D RATIO

    • More masculine
    • Higher prevalence of homosexuality
    • Higher prevalence of lefthandedness
    • Greater physical prowess
    • Higher prevalence of autism


    HIGH 2D:4D RATIO

    • Very feminine
    • Higher prevalence of breast cancer
    • Higher fertility
    • Better linguistic ability
    This is where the "very feminine" came from. The list referenced in my post, was my opinion about how I don't fall in the feminine category, reliant on definition of femininity.

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