Ha, it's a little disconcerting how consistent it is. I've been observing it for some time, gathering more data/examples to see if I was just imagining it before saying anything here. Never mind the more subtle and subjective facial expression differences. The exceptions seem rare, but there are some for sure, and I find them refreshing. :-)
People should not allow anxiety about the perceptions of others to make them uncomfortable, which I assume is why the head is tilted away from the woman, especially when gay friends are present. Any relationship of value, regardless of the gender mix, should be respected, especially by those involved in the relationship.
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