Why is that?
As an example, if a young gay man posted on here that he was contemplating suicide, more than half of the responses would be along the lines of "Couldn't you have done it BEFORE you wasted your $18?". I know. I've seen it.
Bigotry is met with intense disdain, but mainly as an opportunity for more vocal attitude. No action.
Gay culture is all about the "me". There is little unity. It's about protecting yourself, and alienation other gay men.
I'm 29 years old, attractive, partnered and gay and I just can't motivate myself to go to gay bars. It's not fun.
Why is it that a lot (not all) gay men have an inability to see beyond their own opinions and beliefs? Anything they have not experienced or don't like, they "hate" and anyone who doesn't hate it is "an idiot" or "should die in a fire".
It's frustrating being open and proud about your sexuality, but feeling so alienated from the culture itself.