Ali and John discuss Timothy Kurek, a Christian man who wanted to understand the prejudices that come along with being homosexual by going on a "spiritual espionage journey" and living the life of a fake gay man for a year. He's in the process of writing a book about his experiences that's set to be released on National Coming Out Day. He was inspired to do this experiment after his lesbian friend came out to him.
What do you think of this straight man's gay experiment? Tell us in the comments!
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