sexual bigotry

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

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

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…