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“Between two evils, I always pick the one I haven’t tried before,” said Mae West – and it is hard to argue that while goodness is rewarding, naughtiness is more fun. A once-clear code of conduct has become muddled by catch-all concepts such as “inappropriate”, which now applies to anything anyone disapproves of, but doesn’t necessarily amount to villainy in the traditional sense.

POPE FRANCIS In making him it’s 'Person of the Year’, Time magazine described Pope Francis as “a superstar”, but the challenge for the new pontiff is to be more than box office.

There is no doubting his popular appeal; the Vatican says it is issuing four times more tickets for Francis’s weekly audiences than for those of any previous pope, and the 77-year-old Argentinian former nightclub bouncer has more than 10 million Twitter followers.

Soon their relationship progresses into a stronger friendship than before, while Sheldon and Penny's friendship slowly begins.

In the season finale Penny hints at her true feelings for Leonard.

To put another way, even pro-gay researchers have found that under controlled experiments some well-known stereotypes about effeminate gay men contain at least a "kernel of truth." While confirmation of these stereotypes goes relatively unmentioned in most of the press, this gay effeminacy is foundational to the conclusion that gay men are born that way.

The prevailing theory is simple: "Differences in levels of circulating sex hormones [of the fetus] usually testosterone during one or more critical periods of development cause the brain to develop in a more-male-like or more female-like direction, and these differences influence a spectrum of gendered traits in juvenile life and adulthood, including the preference for male and female sex partners." More simply, prenatal hormones circulating in the mother's womb influence the sexual orientation of the fetus.

The heroes get the honours, and the villains get the attention.

“How far that little candle throws its beam; so shines a good deed in a weary world,” says Portia in the Merchant of Venice, but the baddies get the best lines, too.

In the case of gays, the hormones make them more feminine.

Their effeminacy and sexuality are tied together and flow from the same gender-shift.

‘Walter Mitty types’ could pose as real war heroes by buying replicas of medals for conflicts including Iraq and Afghanistan online, an MP has warned.