Harvard has some Implicit Association Test. You can test how much you associate career with men or science with men or take a test that checks what associations you might have with muslims or arabs or blacks or whites.
It’s very interesting and highly recommend everyone go take one. Inspite of being a women in computer science, I showed a slight association between men and career. So did 76% of people that took the test! And then we worry about a glass ceiling … for good reason it looks like …
Interestingly enough I show a "slight automatic preference" for gay people over straight people. I think it was because I didn’t like putting all the negative words with gay people. I’m used to defending them. Obviously I must not be so used to defending women in career … I think it’s because the people I hang out with (including those I work with) would never dream of putting down women in careers but gay jokes are still ok. So I’m used to defending gays but not women.
As for defending minorities, I once found myself telling a group of drunk guys to quit putting down hispanics. (I debated the wisdom of that afterwards.) I was quite pleasantly surprised when one of them said, "Good for you, Stormy."