Ins and outs of stereotyping

Ben Aaron MacLeod writes.

I greatly enjoyed reading the short report ‘Sexuality, sexism and counter-stereotypical contact’ (July 2017) outlining the research presented by Keon West of Goldsmiths, University of London to the BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Conference. His results showing that just one out-of-character sexual interaction could bias perceptions of a person’s sexuality in a unidirectional fashion were


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