May 9, 2006, - 4:02 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
In the “Was This Really Necessary?” Dept., “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” reports that Swedish researchers studied lesbian brains to determine how they react to sex hormones. They found that their brain responses were different from heterosexual women’s and wer somewhat like those of heterosexual men.
Question: Was this study necessary? Does it serve any useful purpose? Why was it done? Who cares?
Finally, why didn’t they just buy season’s tickets to Season Ten of the failed WNBA? The scientists could have saved themselves a lot of time and energy.
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