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  1. Aug 2023
    1. his suggests that men tend to use one another’s sexual orientation as a rough proxy for their ability to contribute to aggressive male coalitions rather than valuing the orientation in itself.
      • for: overgeneralization, overgeneralization - gender, assumptions - gender
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        • Subsequent studies revealed that
          • men’s social preferences centred more on these masculine attributes
          • than on sexual orientation specifically.
          • When presented with more direct evidence of warfare-relevant traits, such as physical strength, we found that
          • men cared less about one another’s sexual orientation per se.
          • Men actually preferred
            • a gay man who was strong, courageous, etc.,
            • over a straight man who was weak or fearful.