Dr. Mark McCormack discusses his research into the phrase "that's so gay" and how it is perceived. Using input from young gay men and gay allies, he determines that the phrase can be understood as homophobic or an expression of frustration, depending on the context in which it is used. He lists several applications for this research.
Gender & Sexuality
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