How do gay employees of the New York Post feel about working at an institution that portrays homosexuals as a bunch of whiny, effeminate sodomites? Is the newsroom as uncomfortable a place for them as the paper's frequent gay-baiting might suggest?
I figured the best way to answer these questions would be to ask some of the Post's prominent gay writers and editors. Unfortunately, I hit a snag: There aren't any.
In fact, while I know plenty of gay people who work at The New York Times, the Daily News and just about every other big media organization in town, I had to search high and low to find a single gay Post staffer.