I shouldn't be aware of your sexuality within the first 30 seconds of meeting you. Quit being a fag!
First in foremost, I'll make this one thing clear. Your dietary preference does not matter to me. I don't care if you eat dick or pussy. Whatever you decide to munch on, is your business. What does bother me, is when people broadcast their sexual preference so strongly that I have no choice but to notice it. For example, a super flamboyant, feminine, gay guy with the stereotypical lisp and limp wrists.
It's going to seem like I'm leaning towards a gay bashing rant, but it bothers me just as much when straight people do it. Although, I do tend to see this more with the gays than the straights. Especially gay men. But just so I have a heterosexual equivalent; another example would be a hyper masculine straight guy that goes out of his way to make eye contact or conversation with me every...single...time an attractive woman crosses our path. Another example would be turning everything into a "That's what she said" joke. It was funny in high school, and college, and maybe a year or two after that, but it needs to stop now.
Maybe this is my ignorance talking, but you don't have to ACT gay just because you ARE gay. Just like you don't have to say "No homo" to prove you're straight. Currently, I'm undecided on where people get their mannerisms, but I feel like at least half of it is learned while the rest comes naturally. It would make sense that some of your mannerisms would come from your parents, since their the ones raising you, but part of me thinks it might be hereditary.
When I think of my own mannerisms, I remember how I used to chew on my shirt collars. Apparently, my pops used to do the same thing, but I never actually saw him do it. It was brought to my attention by my mom's one day as she was nagging me to stop. Not because I was ruining my shirts; but because my parents were divorced at this point and I was reminding her of my pops. This leads me to believe that this was a hereditary mannerism. Another mannerism I had was patting my head when it itched. This, I also got from my pops, but was definitely a learned behavior. His reason for doing this was to prevent messing up his current hair style while also avoiding the act of flaking up any unseen dandruff. Now that I have dreads, I don't do this as much as when I rocked braids.
In my opinion, your sexual preference isn't a choice, but the way you portray yourself is. It's fairly easy to notice that most people have both feminine and masculine traits. But my question to a lot of gay guys is, "Why are you exaggerating your feminine traits?" What's even weirder, is when straight guys do the same exact thing. To them I ask, "Why are you acting like a fag?" And if you're offended by the word "fag" the you can eat a dick and replace it with the word "metrosexual" or "feminine" or whatever. I don't give a fuck.
Women aren't free from my criticism either. As much as I enjoy the company of stud women, they are in the same boat as fags. Why do you feel the need to prove how "manly" you are to me when your main goal should be using all that masculinity to attract pussy? They are nowhere near as annoying as fags. In fact, they might be my favorite group of people to hang around. I may be biased, but I've never had a bad experience with a stud female before. Most men tend to not like hyper masculine women, but I'm the opposite. Mainly, because I don't feel the need to tone down my masculinity to make them comfortable. So I guess what I'm saying is, we need less fags and more studs.