The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Sydney, finds that gay men who exhibit more traditionally feminine qualities, such as a higher voice or effeminate mannerisms, are more likely to be discriminated against when it comes to career advancement opportunities. Researchers found that for heterosexual study participants, anti-gay sentiments influenced their preference for the more masculine-presenting actor, while misogyny influenced both heterosexual and gay study participants’ votes. This means both gay and heterosexual men discriminate against more feminine-presenting gay men when it comes to filling high-status roles.