Gay Men Who Sound Gay Face More Homophobia, Ryan Field Books

Gay Men Who Sound Gay Face More Homophobia

I’ve been reading things like this for years. And there’s one guy I follow on TikTok who actually jokes about his own “gay voice.” 

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, a new study in the British Journal of Social Psychology reports.

Here’s more. They go into a lot more detail, as you would imagine. It’s really not simple and there are several factors to consider. I find it interesting from a communications POV. 


 Don’t Be Afraid of Virginia’s Woolf


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