o Imagine that the (J) loop is tremendous and extends to the left. This writing is found among many male homosexuals. The loop is similar to the underlength of the g and suggests masculinity. The fact that it veers to the left, although the letter itself inclines to the right, shows what reclined writing would show-an opposite role. If the writer is male, we see him playing the female role. The rightward tendency of the other two zones shows him to be quite extroverted; the leftward lower zone hints that he is introverted sexually.
Note: It is very difficult for a graphologist to say definitely whether an individual is a homosexual. What he can detect is that the person thinks of himself as sexually unusual. Distortions in the lower zone or strangely shaped letters show a sex life that is of an uncommon sort, but not necessarily homosexuality. Remember that this is what the writer himself feels. The homosexual who does not consider homosexuality strange will not reflect this in his writings. Since the left represents the past (the mother), apparently in the writer’s youth, he became confused about the proper role he was to play in life. He rejected the father role and preferred the mother figure, which apparently evidenced more warmth. As an adult, the former child now seeks this same nonviolent warmth.
o Consider the letter (‘K’) split into different parts. It shows someone who lacks adjustment and can be compared to disconnected writing. It is as though, through the spaces where he did not write, intuition of some kind seeped in. The writer is usually quite clever and has many ideas, although he doesn’t do things as most other people do (indicated by the unusual splitting of the letter).
o Picture the end stroke (of the ‘k’) as a down stroke, made with considerable pressure and extended quite deeply into the lower zone. This shows someone on the defensive; he keeps his “hand” at his side instead of reaching out with it. He dips into the lower zone for strength and stresses it. This hints at brutality and stubbornness.
o Imagine the horizontal stroke (of the ‘L’) darkened (technically called shading). This unbalanced distribution of shading (one area of the letter has it, the others do not), shows poor circulation plus moodiness. This kind of writing often occurs at puberty or menopause. The shaded area created by heavy pressure seems to suggest a physical condition of which the body is aware and to which it responds. Since only the middle zone is heavily pressured, the condition lies somewhere in midbody, probably in the abdominal area.
o Consider the letter (‘L’) that looks like a zero; this indicates someone with a mathematical bent.
o Picture the downstroke (in the ‘L’) severed into two parts. Imagine this letter superimposed over the body of a person. The break would lie somewhere in the area of the heart. Therefore we see a weak heart or one that may be about to have an attack.
o Consider the letter written in a highly simplified manner; whenever a letter is simplified and still contains all the parts necessary for reading, we see a quick, sensible mind.
o When the letter (‘L’) is in the shape of a number 4, it shows a love of order and method. The square shape indicates a desire to put things in some kind of order, and the resemblance to a number adds methodicalness.