The relationship between gay man and straight women goes a lot deeper than a shared love of cock and ANTM. The brains of gay men and straight women are similar, according to a study published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers using brain-scanning equipment found similarities in the brain circuits that deal with language and how we process emotion. Also, they found that gay men and straight women have higher rates of depressive disorders than heterosexual men. Most interesting, perhaps, is that the areas of the brain that were studied have nothing to do with sexual behavior, which further suggests "a biological link between sexual orientation and a range of brain functions." [LA Times]