The 1,000-circulation Rolling Stone has followed up its hit list of 100 gays to “hang” with a second primer, this time listing an additional 10 names that need to be reported to the police. The list includes the home addresses of each of the people as well as “alleged intimate details about the anatomy of people on it,” pulled directly from their online dating profiles. But remember, editor Giles Muhame doesn’t want you to actually go out there and hunt these people down; that would be taking things too far. And while the weekly newspaper’s actions are deplorable, and arguably incite violence, let’s not let the neighbors of these individuals off the hook either: They’re the ones pelting the suspected gays and rallying outside their homes, turning them into prisoners.

UPDATE: A judge has ordered Rolling Stone to immediately halt printing the names, photographs, and other details of suspected gays.

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