Michael Bailey clicks on an audio recording of four men: Two are gay and two are straight. Can the audience guess which ones are gay just by listening to their voices? Bailey, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University. When the majority of those in the Stanford University lecture hall decide that a man with hissy s's and precise articulation is gay, the professor pronounces them correct.
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Italy and Greece are governed by multiparty populist coalitions, while populists of the left or right are partners in coalition governments in seven other European Union countries. Brazil has an outspoken populist president. What do they have in common? The more embracing the formula, the less descriptive.
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When Poland's government that same year started stripping power from the country's courts by filling large swaths of the judiciary with apparatchiks loyal above all else to the incumbent right-wing populist party, the rule of law still applied. It creeps up on you. Then, later, appointments to high courts and ministries here and there. It may seem insignificant.
The man, who tried to flee with a backpack of ecstasy pills, then invoked his diplomatic immunity, claiming to be a MEP, yet failing to present his ID. Hungarian media usually avoids scrutinising the private life of politicians, but what is known about this power couple is that they have spent most of the 21st Century living and working in different cities. The fundamental law he had written became a reference point for future legislation aimed at restricting other rights of LGBT people.