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Good for the Gays or . . . ?

They report, we can’t decide.

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New York Times, July 29: GAY-THEMED TV GAINING A WIDER AUDIENCE. “[The] growing prime-time roster of gay-themed programming . . . reflects a major shift in attitudes about gay subjects.”

USA Today, July 29: AMERICANS LESS TOLERANT ON GAY ISSUES. “Americans have become significantly less accepting of homosexuality since [the] Supreme Court decision.”

Times: “Finally, television is catching up with society at large,” said Max Mutchnick, co-creator of Will & Grace.

USA Today: “Conservative social activists see a backlash to . . . the growing visibility of gay characters in entertainment.”

Still, the nation can’t be turning that retro-macho; an adjacent USA Today headline claims ‘SEABISCUIT’ MAKING MEN CRY.


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