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HuffPost Live Discusses 'That's So Gay' And Its Impact On LGBT People

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A recent study from the University of Michigan found that college students who heard the phrase "that's so gay" were more likely to feel isolated and experience headaches, poor appetite or eating problems than those who didn't.

HuffPost Live devoted a segment to the story and asked a variety of people to sound off on whether or not they believed that "that's so gay" and phrases like it should be used by students -- or anyone, for that matter.

Watch the clip above featuring HuffPost Live host Nancy Redd along with Brooke Sopelsa, Kevin Chung, Mark McCormack and HuffPost Gay Voices Editor Noah Michelson and then sound off with your opinion in the comments section below.

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