Fist off I would like to disprove the guidelines by saying the following:
I don't like wearing V-neck and sleeveless shirts, nor do I prefer tight clothes, I usually buy one size larger. The primary colors of clothes in my closet are black, white, grey, and blue (usually darker blue). And I HATE handbags. If I'm going to visit a friend I may bring a backpack or messenger bag (for ipod, video games, portable video game systems etc.), but even if I do its dark colored or has anime/video game characters on it. If backpacks and messenger bags are gay, I don't know how they expect men to carry their stuff.
Other than attracted to men, these are all stereotypes, that not all men fall under.Beyond being completely wrong,
I don't see why they are doing this. Its either gonna force gay people into a life they hate, or make them struggle to chose between freedom and being accepted. If people are gay, they're gay, nothing you can do about it. If they're bisexual, then they'll be okay with living a "straight" lifestyle, but gay people don't always have that option.