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There is an unusually high concentration of gay or lesbian workers in certain occupations. For example, both gay men and lesbians and are overrepresented in psychology, law, social work, and university teaching. And there are real occupational patterns behind some popular stereotypes, from the gay flight attendant to the lesbian truck driver. Where does this kind of occupational segregation come from?
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Young people may worry that their family expect them to fit into a certain box. In contrast, some gay men rebel against these expectations when struggling to come to terms with their sexuality. Alex Kohnert, 24, from Aberdeen, feels his hobbies and interests may have been influenced by stereotypes. As he got older he started playing football and is still a big sports fan today, but he wonders how much of this is learned behaviour, rather than natural passion. We consume more than nine hours of media - such as watching television or browsing the internet - every day and for many gay men, the entertainment industry is at the heart of the problem.
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Lemon recently tweeted about his homosexuality. Rachel Maddow's wish has been granted. Less than a month after the MSNBC anchor's much-talked-about interview with the Guardian , in which she encouraged her closeted on-air peers to reveal their true gay selves, someone answered that call. It might not be the cable-news anchor people expected, but CNN's Don Lemon has managed to snatch up a number of headlines all the same.
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