Gay Men Who ‘Sound Gay’ Encounter More Stigma And Discrimination From Heterosexual Peers

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Phys.org reports that gay men are more likely than lesbian women to face stigma and avoidant prejudice from their heterosexual peers due to the sound of their voice, according to a new study in the British Journal of Social Psychology.

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