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As a straightlad, I try my best not to be closed-minded about all that sort of thing, but it's hard not to feel like there's a tipping point where you distinctly feel like something is not really for you, you know? It's sort of like, if you go to an LGBT friendly bar, you won't be unwelcome, but you do sort of feel like a bit of a tourist.
There's this place near me that's so queer it feels like the underground LGBT resistance HQ, and my girlfriend likes to hang out there, because she identifies as bi and poly and all that. But I always get the distinct feeling it's a bit disingenuous to make it our regular when we're clearly in a monogamous straight relationship, she hasn't slept with a bird for about five years, and I might as well be wearing a visitor's badge that reads MALE ALLY.
I don't see a problem with it personally but I don't think it's unreasonable that it might not be to everybody's taste, and I don't think that necessarily means someone is a big nasty homophobe, honestly.