Study: Anonymity increases LGBT self-identification and homophobic attitudes

11/19/2013 | Bloomberg

Participants in a recent study at Ohio State University were more likely to identify themselves as non-heterosexual and acknowledge anti-LGBT attitudes if they were guaranteed anonymity. The study suggests that social norms continue to push people away from admitting anti-LGBT views as well as recognizing their own identities, Cass R. Sunstein writes.

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