Oh please.....physical features common to lesbians? Noses of a particular shape, cheeks and chin that you describe in such non-specific terms they could be applied to ANY woman based on the subjective interpretation of the viewer. What exactly does a “determined” chin look like?
As for PCOS, there are many women who have it and are married, have children (granted sometimes with difficulty in conceiving) and they are 100% heterosexual. Unless you can supply a corroborative link from a reliable source I’m calling nonsense on this as well as your physical features assertions.
Well, there is this:
There have been other studies that do not show a link, and the study subjects were women experiencing infertility, both heterosexual and lesbian, so not a randomly selected group. Not definitive, but suggestive. The study does seem to be the largest one in existence, at least from what I glean quickly from PubMed.
Yes, I have known straight women with PCOS.
In my youth, I took a karate class where I was the only straight woman, and socialized some with my classmates. Many of them - not all of them - had the facial features I mentioned, and many - not all - had a high waist/hip ratio, even though physically fit. Of course straight women also exhibit these features sometimes. It is the FREQUENCY of these features in the relative populations that differs in my observation. I see them a lot when I read about prominent lesbians or radical leftist nuns. Of course by now I am sure I do experience some confirmation bias.
It is hard to describe faces in words - Sallie Ride would be fairly representative of what I mean.