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By Lee Brown. January 6, pm Updated January 6, pm. Prosecutor General Benedicto Malcontento gave police until Jan. At least one of the named suspects, Gregorio de Guzman — the son of well-known Filipino singer Claire dela Fuente — insisted most of the men there were gay.
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Where does the stereotype of the gay air steward come from? Is it true? Why do we sexualise air stewards? The stereotype of a male flight attendant is gay, how old is this stereotype and is it rooted in truth? This was especially true in the so-called golden age of flying, from the s through the s, when airlines like Pan Am often required their crews to serve on weeks-long routes and also encouraged them at times to relocate to bases overseas. Single women could adapt to these demanding work norms better than others, as could gay men—especially back in the day when society discouraged gay men from having spousal commitments and families of their own. The other crucial element, though, is that men serving in this job had to be relatively comfortable putting up with the homophobic attitudes of certain co-workers and customers.
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Last week, we received a huge response from readers when we posed the question of whether or not pilots hop in bed with flight attendants regularly while flying together. My friend, Pilot Mike said he'd never really witnessed it, but many of you replied and said otherwise. Let's look at some of your responses.
A new genetic study confirms theories that the global epidemic of HIV and AIDS started in New York around , and it also clears the name of a gay flight attendant long vilified as being "Patient Zero. Researchers got hold of frozen samples of blood taken from patients years before the human immunodeficiency virus HIV that causes AIDS was ever recognized, and teased out genetic material from the virus from that blood. Their findings confirm widespread theories that HIV first leapt from apes to humans in Africa around the beginning of the 20th century and circulated in central Africa before hitting the Caribbean in the s. The genetic evidence supports the theory that the virus came from the Caribbean, perhaps Haiti, to New York in