Neal Boulton, editor of gay men's mag Genre, appears on CBS News on Logo to talk about straight-acting gays. The great debate: are they just "masculine," or have they been bullied by a homophobic culture into acting straight? "I don't think there's anything feminine about being a gay man... there's nothing feminine about it," he says emphatically. For those keeping track, Boulton sounds like a real good time: he describes himself as gay, and edits a gay magazine, but also shags women. (So: bi?) In an email, he adds, "Fuck the feminine stereotypes. It's not like men who like men are BORN swishing down the street. Those were old signals used to clue other guys in to who they were." [Logo]