By posting the video, the students, uncertain whether it violated the school's strict honor code, potentially faced expulsion from the university ranked by Princeton Review as the most unfriendly campus for LGBT students in the country. (The school's administration later said it wasn't in obvious violation of the code.) In the video, the students discuss coming to terms with their sexuality despite a staunchly conservative, Mormon upbringing.
A new study bolsters what we've always assumed about anti-gay bigots: Those who are homophobic and express hostility and intolerance towards the LGBT community are likely repressing their own same-sex attraction. The research was published in this month's Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
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