via Black Pigeon Speaks
Recent research by Social Scientists indicates that men with high levels
of testosterone have certain facial characteristics that set them apart
from men with less testosterone.
In particular, they have what
researchers call a higher facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) which
compares the distance between cheekbones to the distance between the
upper lip and mid brow. Men with a higher ratio have faces that appear a
bit wider horizontally and bit compressed vertically.
with greater width-to-height ratios, the study found, had a greater urge
to be socially dominant and cared less what others thought of them.
They are also supposedly more prone to share their racist thoughts in
public as well.