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06/19/2007

Giving 'Voice' to lil' queers

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 27-4Yesterday, we told you about New York magazine's lengthy examination into "The Science of Gaydar." Well, being that this is gay pride month and every NY publication must fill an LGBT quota or be run out of town by angry Chelsea boys, we'd today like to direct you to The Village Voice, who is this week meeting their demand by running a feature on "The Science of Being Gay Even Before Kindergarten":

Queer in the Crib [Village Voice]

So now we've had Manhattan-based publications cover the science behind both gaydar and gay kiddies. So you know what that means, The New Yorker: That just leaves "The Science of Gay Intellectuals With a Flair for Upscale, Elite (some would say pretentious and myopic) World Views." We're not sure where you'll ever be able to find subjects for research, but we'll be expecting your report before 7/1.

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