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No, it must be acquired through years of hard work and figuring out just which clues are going to give guys away. Page 1 2. There's no such thing as a gay monolith.
There was a complex network of looks and signals that men used to use to attract each other, something that made gay men much more attuned to body language and perceptive than our straight counterparts.