By EW Staff
Updated May 11, 2010 at 10:30 PM EDT
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Image Credit: Chris Weeks/WireImage.comGlee creator Ryan Murphy has issued an open letter, urging people to boycott Newsweek until it apologizes for a now-notorious article about gay actors playing straight roles. The Newsweek article states that Glee star Jonathan Groff seems like a “theater queen” on the show. The article also says of Sean Hayes’ performance in Broadway’s Promises, Promises: “It’s weird seeing Hayes play straight.” Hayes’ costar, Kristin Chenoweth, has also condemned the article, which Murphy calls “damaging, needlessly cruel and mind-blowingly bigoted.” EW.com is the first to obtain Murphy’s open letter (read it in its entirety after the jump):

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