As the lesbians walked, they slightly moved their shoulders back and forth — Johnson calls it a less exaggerated version of an Arnold Schwarzenegger-type swagger. Mental health on NBCNews. Next, Johnson plans to study the implications of judging someone's sexuality by those visual clues. But it suggested that there is a connection between being gay and walking differently. Leave your comment.
Interestingly, it's easier to read such cues in gay men than lesbians.
Long strides, graceful and focused. I believe she even threw in a limp wrist for good measure. I had few male friends until I came out and started shagging them.
It could be said that such a study is potentially dangerous, as it sort of reinforces judging a book by its cover, which is something we've always been told we're not supposed to do.