Study Confirms Sexual Orientation Can Be Measured Through The Eyes

A new study from Cornell University has found that sexual orientation can be measured through the pupil dilation of the eyes. Individuals’ attractions — straight, gay, or bi — could be accurately measured through the eyes as opposed to the invasive measures of genital arousal that are frequently used in studies. Given pupil dilation is an autonomic nervous response, the study is another clue in the understanding of sexual orientation’s biological innateness.