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    Please fellows, let's keep it pg in here... mkay?
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    How long is that?
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Interesting study. Also, I can be added to the statistic of being better in math than linguistic for having my ring finger longer than my index finger. However, I can't find any ruler in my apartment to do the ratio.

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    I think I'm about .98, which is kind of puzzling.

    • Higher prevalence of homosexuality - Nah, the male form disgusts me.
    • Larger average penis size - Honestly I have no idea, probably just average.
    • More fertile - Never had a sperm count.
    • More physically aggressive / dominant - Definitely not.
    • More athletic - DEFINITELY not.
    • Better in mathematics - Eh... Dunno.
    • More musically inclined - Well, I'd like to believe this one is true.
    • Higher prevalence of autism - No family history of it, and no diagnosis of myself ever having anything on the spectrum.
    • Higher prevalence of osteoarthritis - Hope not, but I guess I'll have to wait and see.
    • Higher prevalence of prostate cancer - Ditto.
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    Fitting that my ratio tends away from the testosterone / aggressiveness side. 2nd finger slightly longer than the 4th finger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Hm....my ratio is approx .95, 71:75 mm. I guess this makes me low 2D:4D women and more "masculine".

    For the record, I am straight, identify solidly with being the female sex, & don't have too much issue with my gender role (I embrace a lot of typical female interests & preferences).


    I realize my fingers are spread apart, but I still think the photo shows my index finger is shorter...

    Wait, isn't that your left hand?
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    (Regarding SAT scores)
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    Outside of the States, that doesn't really mean anything...
    Oh I'm aware, but most posters on the forum are from the US and out of high school so it seems like a good basic point of reference.

    Fitting in with the whole typology theme, I took a pro-administered 16PF (NOT mbti related, despite the "16") that had an abstract reasoning portion. I recall it being word problems. I ranked high on that. Linguistics, up?

    Slightly misfit with my .95 ratio, where higher scores demonstrate better linguistic ability.

    But for the most part, it seems like the theory fits me alright.
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    Ok i found a ruler online and used it to measure my ratio by taking a paper, marking it, then measuring the marking with the ruler online. I found that my 2D:4D ratio is .91 for my right hand and .93 for my left hand.
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    I'm not entirely sure why people are not posting pics of their palms since that is where we are supposed to take the measurements from, no?

    And in that vein...







    Can't see so much from this side but they are the same length
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    Can't see so much from this side but they are the same length
    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.

    I just saw Pettycure's.... wow, that IS pretty heavily "guy slanted."

    Quote Originally Posted by forzen View Post
    Interesting study. Also, I can be added to the statistic of being better in math than linguistic for having my ring finger longer than my index finger. However, I can't find any ruler in my apartment to do the ratio.
    Wow. That's a HUGE difference -- maybe up to 10% difference between the two?
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