A team of scientists has provided empirical evidence for what many real-life "Will & Grace" pairs have always known: the reasons why straight women and gay men forge particularly deep, lasting friendships.
A new study sheds light on why straight women and gay men forge deep and honest friendships.
The reason? The absence of “deceptive mating motivations” that may be present among female friends and straight men, say researchers out of the University of Texas at Austin in a study published online in the February issue of Evolutionary Psychology.
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