I always wonder why certain people are so narrow-minded? Why do some guys look at others who are a little bit more feminine and call them gay? First of all: why is being gay so offensive? I don't get it. I'm a heterosexual myself, but I have gay friends and I don't see why certain people are so offended by their entire existence? Why do people think you CHOOSE to be gay? And why is it so important whether you're gay or straight? Seriously, why care about someone else's sexual preferences? (unless their preferences are underage, unwilling boys/girls...or animals...that I can understand)
I don't think there's anything wrong with gay people.
I don't understand why guys who are more in touch with their feminine side immediately will be called gay, by probably the majority of "straight" guys. Western guys and girls (obviously not all of them) usually aren't very comfortable with Korean and Japanese celebrities, because of their high voices, longer hair, feminine faces and feminie behaviour.
They instantly label them as gay...for no reason. Their sense of style and behaviour is different from ours, but that doesn't neccesarily make them bad or gay....AND THERE'S NOTHING BAD ABOUT BEING GAY OR BI.
A lot of k-pop fans would like their stars to make it big in America...but they're afraid their idols will be judged unfairly.
I'd just like people to look past the looks of others, and concentrate on their talents and personality first! Seriously, people have to grow up and don't be so superficial! This is the 21st century for goodness sake! And stop using the words gay/bi as an insult, because you're not insulting that person, you're insulting your own intellect and your parents who didn't raise an idiot.