It's the one place they can wave their arms in the air and scream like a girl and be... normal.
The same attraction straight people have for them. They're fun.
I used to love rollercoasters but a recent visit to Magic Mountain and I have learned that my equilibruim has changed in my 50s. Everytime I tried I rollercoaster I ended up nauseous. That didn't used to happen. I guess there's a reason everyone is younger in the park.
It was sad to learn my rollercoasters days were over.
R3 I hope that never happens to me. The only time I ever felt nauseous on a coaster was one time at Great Adventure. I cant remember its name, but what really did me in was not the loops or the drops but the vibration. The ride was not smooth and the train had this real fast vibration going on which set my stomach off. Fortunately, I didn't lose it.