Optical Illusion Reveal if You have a Female or Male Brain

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What was your result
Male, Male brain 29%  29%  [ 8 ]
Male, Female brain 21%  21%  [ 6 ]
Female, Male brain 25%  25%  [ 7 ]
Female, Female brain 25%  25%  [ 7 ]
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06 Apr 2022, 5:41 pm

This optical illusion can reveal if you have a female or male brain depending on what you see first.

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The riveting image of the running man claims it can decipher what kind of thought process people have - and what you see first may mean you struggle to multitask.


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06 Apr 2022, 7:16 pm

This is just BS. The figure is not running away from me; it is running toward the light.



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06 Apr 2022, 7:23 pm

It's pretty ambiguous to me... The top half of the person looks like its coming towards me, and the bottom looks like it's going away from me, by looking at the position of the limbs. Do I have an intersex brain then? :lol:


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06 Apr 2022, 7:33 pm

Saw it as running toward me - for a split second- then saw that it could just as easily be running away from me. So going with the first impression I would have a "male brain". So they sexed me right. And yes...their description fits me well (intense analytical thinker, bad multitasker). So in this one instance they got it right. Could mean the test is valid, or not.



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07 Apr 2022, 3:57 am

I saw it running away.


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07 Apr 2022, 4:17 am

Mee too...I have a female brain



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07 Apr 2022, 4:23 am

A running figure in such lighting would have their bent leg visibly highlighted from below if they were running towards you but not so much if they were running towards the light.
The bent leg is also visibly thinner than the straight one.
This silhuette is made from a photo of a running person taken from behind, without enough distance and zoom to eliminate perspective distortions.

I have autistic mind.


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07 Apr 2022, 4:32 am

I honestly didn't see it running at all, I just saw a picture.
Trying to immagine it running it flickered back and forth, perhaps more often I saw it running towards me.

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07 Apr 2022, 5:04 am

Im highly analytical, but still i saw it running towards the light.

So, throw away years of research!



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07 Apr 2022, 6:14 am

Frederick W. Lanchester is said to have had the finest mind ever wasted upon the motor-car. Thinking about his board of directors one day he observed "They seem to change their minds rather often, but then, if I had a mind like any of theirs, I'd change it as quick as I could."



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07 Apr 2022, 8:02 am

clickbait generally has little value in "real life".


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07 Apr 2022, 8:40 am

I see a little silhouetto of a man.



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07 Apr 2022, 8:43 am

Fnord wrote:
I see a little silhouetto of a man.

Scaramouche! Scaramouche!


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07 Apr 2022, 9:40 am

magz wrote:
Fnord wrote:
I see a little silhouetto of a man.

Scaramouche! Scaramouche!

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So ...he is not running at all, but dancing the fandango?



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07 Apr 2022, 9:44 am

naturalplastic wrote:
magz wrote:
Fnord wrote:
I see a little silhouetto of a man.
Scaramouche! Scaramouche!
So . . . he is not running at all, but dancing the fandango?
That is the way I see it.



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07 Apr 2022, 4:35 pm

Like saying one see's still images/parts ignoring the movement