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Wide-faced men more likely to make racist comments

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Latest News | Friday February 15 2013 7:30

Wide-faced men more likely to make racist comments

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Men with wide faces are more likely to make racist comments and act aggressively.

The Daily Mail reports a study's found men with wider, shorter faces are more likely to express racial prejudice.

This facial shape has been shown to indicate higher than average testosterone levels.

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