Interesting story by Mike Swift over at MediaNews. (And for the record: Ugh. We hate having to use the chain's name instead of individual newspapers, but they're sharing content so much now, we have no choice.) As gay men and women start to get married, social scientists predict we'll see a different picture of homosexual life than we're used to. For one thing, there's a ton of working-class Latino homos; more than eight thousand gay couples live in rural parts of the state. And gay men who commit to long-term relationships tend to stay involved longer than lesbians. Wait, you mean they're not all Castro clones? Who'd a thunk.