sexual bigotry

Study about the fact you're gay freaks out folks who can't believe they're gay

Article: Study about the fact you're gay freaks out folks who can't believe they're gay

The New York Times’ Sunday Review section decided to ratchet things up a bit in its Opposite the Editorials section with a pretty saucy op-ed written by two unassuming researchers. Their study of college student’s implicit sexual orientation made waves online as they shared some empirical evidence. Part of the study observed a person’s comfort level with homosexuality, and it seems that one-fifth of those self-identified as very heterosexual—and homophobic—also identified with homosexuals on a subconscious level. Or to paraphrase, a percentage of homophobes in the study are totes closet cases.

25 Biggest Sundance One-Hit Wonders, #6-10

Article: 25 Biggest Sundance One-Hit Wonders, #6-10

10. SCOTLAND, PA Director: Billy Morrissette World premiere: Sundance 2001 Long before “Hamlet 2″ mixed Shakespeare and suburban American quirkiness, there was “Scotland, PA,” a very loose retelling of “Macbeth” set amidst Pennsylvania’s fast food industry that generated copious positive press upon its arrival at Sundance. Thanks to a hip indie cast — including festival…