Gay men take short strides. It’s true. Gay men walk like geishas wearing wooden sandals. Straight men, on the other hand, look like they’re trying to compete in the long jump, extra slowly–very long strides.
Awareness of people around them
Gay men need to look at every other person in sight. When in public, gay men are continually distracted by other people. It’s almost comical (being so utterly predictable) when you walk in a restaurant or a shop, and all the gay men will whip their heads around to look at you. It’s in the DNA, completely instinctive.
Gay men dislike nicknames. Gay men want their name as long and formal sounding as possible, like they really want to reclaim the name their mothers called them when they were angry. It’s much rarer to mee