Since we're likely to hear more and more lies about how gays are just like everyone else, it's worth mentioning and trying to understand some of the ways that they aren't like us, whether we're male or female.
Most gay deviance seems to boil down to two disorders (aside from homosexuality itself): 1) a Peter Pan complex, and 2) an addict's mind. So when trying to account for why they're weird, we should try to keep it simple and stick with those.
A strange fact that I have no good explanation for is that gays only prefer very short hair, both for their own hairstyle and for their ideal warm body ("partner"). It must be the only time they'll complain that 4 inches is too long. This holds across cultures, as any fag parade shows, and it seems to go back through time, judging from the preferred models of gay artists.
Too much lazy thinking about homos tries to interpret their deviance as an extreme form of a male or female-typical trait. Here is a clear case where that breaks down.
Chick porn, i.e. romance novels, depict long-haired men, or at least medium-length hair, or anything other than very short. Male sex symbols rarely have such short hair either, again if anything a bit longer than average. Girls show plenty of variation, some preferring a bit longer and some a bit shorter and some more medium-length. Gays are just about uniformly against longish hair.
And obviously men don't prefer short hair in women, just the opposite. So this preference is a uniquely gay trait.
I don't see this fitting in with their addictive tendencies, so that leaves their Peter Pan-ism. If gays are attracted to males who resemble little boys -- not a stretch, given their other quasi-pedophilic preferences -- then any one of them will have to wear short hair to get approved.
Pre-pubescent boys and girls don't have very sharply distinguished appearances, so usually the grown-ups help create those differences in part by letting girls' hair grow and making boys cut theirs. During adolescence and after that isn't necessary, as a long-haired 20 or 30 year-old guy will have a jawline, chin, broad shoulders, deep voice, etc., to clearly signal that he's male.
One flaw in the argument is that even the queers who like hairy, burly men also don't wear their hair longer than a crew cut, and prefer the same in their men. Liking body hair and a stocky build would seem to go against wanting a little boy appearance.
Anyone got any better ideas?