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PopcornQ <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 7 Mar 1998 14:45:39 EST
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>As far as insanity, I have read a number of psychiatrists
>saying the only reason homosexuality was taken off the books as a disorder
>was because of the gay lobby, though there was strong evidence that it
>shouldnot have been.  I wish I could remember the psychiatrist who wrote
>that in a letter to the editor in _The Indianapolis Star_.
This seems to be getting a bit far afield here (though, of course, I have
to say that I hope the writer doesn't actually agree with the "number of
psychiatrists" he refers to).
I thought of one other resource you might want to try: The Internet Movie
Database (  You can do a search by keyword: gay and delimit
your search to TV.
Again, good luck with your project.
All the best,
Jenni Olson
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