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Newsweek Scribe Setoodeh Defends Gay Actor Critique

Posted on May 11, 2010
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Newsweek’s Ramin Setoodeh is careful to point out, in this MSNBC interview clip, that he counts himself among the many members of America’s gay community. That assertion may not do much to placate his critics who took offense to his astounding response to (finally) openly gay actor Sean Hayes’ portrayal of a straight man. But, for the record, here’s Setoodeh’s side of the story.  —KA

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By David Ehrenstein, May 12, 2010 at 1:19 pm Link to this comment

“His side of the story” is internalized homophobic bullshit.

Please remember this is thesame “Newsweek” reporter who blamed gay high school student Lawrence King for his own murder because “he used his effeminacy like a weapon.”

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