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>only phenotype expression that correlates with homosexuality in men, the last time I checked, is a ring finger longer than your index finger.
I think you mean an index finger longer than your ring finger. But that, in turn, is dependent on your hormone levels mainly. Very high natural testosterone in a man correlates strongly with a very short index finger compared to the ring finger. We're talking the typical alpha male types like top flight politicians or top executives. Interestingly, women in similar positions of power usually also have shorter index fingers. Testosterone seems to be universally conducive towards reaching elevated positions of status.
If I remember correctly, this still has little to do with sexual orientation, i.e. a top male or female executive can just as likely be straight as they can be gay.
>Interestingly, that same study discovered that ALL women are at least Bisexual and that has since been further confirmed by a larger study that was released a couple of years ago.
Not all of them maybe, but a few of the ones I have been with were sort of swinging that way. One said she really wanted to have sex with a woman at least once to see what it would be like, and another said she did some snogging and fingering once with another woman. She said it was super exciting for her, but that handling a lad's knob and feeling it inside her was simply even more exciting, and that she therefore preferred men and didn'necessarily want to repeat her encounter. She did make comments now and then though when we were people watching, like, "Wow, that girl really had a cute arse!"