Originally Posted by Cross
Due to being a realist, I feel the need to point out to you that your cult is wrong about this subject. And many others. Half the men in ancient times were getting it on with each other and they weren't even gay.
They didn't love men, they just loved to have sex with each other. Apparently, women were already hard to get with back then too.
As others have touched on, being gay is about more than just where you stick your meaty bits. It's about love. As with any sexuality, some dumb humans confuse sex and love and focus purely on the act when it comes to expressing themselves. Having a storyline that revolves around that idea and mindset would be wrong. Doing a storyline in any sort of subtle, offhanded way as someone mentioned (he's married to Steve) serves little purpose as it's not really a plot device as much as it's inserted to placate organisations like GLAAD, like "Look! We're being gay friendly!" It hardly counts if you need to make a spectacle of it.
And I am also another advocate of "no relationship storylines" in wrestling; be it man/woman, man/man, women/women, man/beast or whatever Khali and Natalya are.
It's lazy, simplistic and elicits no reaction from me besides complete apathy. If I wanted that stuff, I'd stick on a chick flick.
I am however an advocate of Robstar/Bodom storylines on wrestling forums. Book it.