If you want to meet gay men, pay attention to these five core principles of gay male body language.Whether you're the pursuer or the pursued, the same principles apply: Your body language changes when you see a guy you're attracted to (so be aware of it), you can consciously use certain body language tactics to change your mood, use open and inviting gestures and, finally, if you want to know if a gay guy is attracted to you, watch where he points (especially his feet).Even cooler: Our brains respond to hand gestures with heightened alertness (we have a special region that processes only hand shapes), so you'll actually feel the love.A midriff massager craves the spotlight and needs steady verbal reminders of what an absolute catch you think he is.Study of human genetics show how closely related we are to other , all over the world.Advances in the dating of fossils and artifacts help determine the age of those remains, which contributes to the big picture of when different milestones in becoming human evolved.Although you may think he's smitten, he could be playing you.Holding intense eye contact for more than five seconds doesn't happen naturally, so he may be using the look as a seduction technique to get you into bed.
Find out about the latest evidence in our What’s Hot in Human Origins section.The more you "fake" open and inviting gestures and expressions, the more genuinely open and inviting you'll become. If you want to attract gay men, heed this principle.Keeping your body open and inviting is so important to attracting guys that almost nothing else matters. It's our way of saying, "Hubba Hubba." Once, I was in a coffeehouse macking on a hottie who was ignoring his friend.Anthropologists call it the eyebrow flash because it's usually lightning-quick.If he touches his belt, hangs his thumb off a front pocket, or even scratches himself down there, you may need to hose him down — he's subconsciously trying to draw your attention to his, ahem, assets.