I remain convinced that the politicization of sexual preferences, stances, orientations, flirtations & confusions will come back to bite citizens in the ass, and not the friendly way. That is precisely because I find very little LGBT activism that isn't oppositional. With all due respect, the *dog* is rather tired of the condescending *tail*.
It seems to me that too many political activists will not parse the difference between 'without regard to sexual orientation' and 'with special regard to sexual orientation' and spend billions of calories trying to define that precise weight of 'special'. The majority of such activists find repose in a general state of outrage, offense and dismay with those who neglect to 'get it'.
In the parallel of race, I coined the term 'six pounds of racism' and asked how healthy are those who can bear that burden. It is impossible to quantify six pounds of racism (in either old or new money) which is precisely the point. It depends. Society should be robust enough to handle any infinity of gradations of 'it depends', but politics and law tend more heavily towards GS-scales. Who here is prepared to face the charge of misdemeanor homophobia or the ramping up of that division of Homeland Security?
Those of us who are not impressed with sexual acrobatics are aware of what you wish for. How wary are the wishers?
Concern is the respectful sympathy to those who face the prospect of danger.