I agree with you. But a lot of people find it harder to be bigoted when they realize that being gay is not a choice people make just to be offensive to their delicate sensibilities.
When people realize that gay people can't make themselves straight anymore than a straight person could make himself gay, a lot of the "arguments" go right out the window.
It's interesting to read about the theories on finger length...my ring finger is longer than my index finger and although I'm not lesbian, I HATE shopping & house decorating and my male co-workers told me that I was like working with a "F'n" guy (they meant is as a compliment). I'd rather wear baggy men's clothes and be comfortable, than a "flattering" outfit that reveals to whatever man sees me, the accurate size of my bust and whether or not my "bootle" portrays me as a "goer" I rarely wear make-up, or nail polish.....but I do love it when a gentleman holds the door open for me