I love classical music
I could talk for a while about music. My favorite composer happens to be Tchaikovsky. I think his musical ideas are a little bit too complex for me to fully understand them now, but I'm making plans to study scores from his compositions. The piece from him that really intrigues me the most is his Serenade for Strings in C major, specially Tema Russo, the last movement of this work.
I also listen to Schubert, I love his short Mass in G Major from the Kyrie to the Agnus Dei, and let's not forget his Unfinshed Symphony in B Minor and his Great Symphony in C Minor. I love how he makes a whole symphony out of small musical ideas. I wish I can do that some day into the future.
I find it weird I'm not a big fan of Beethoven. No idea why.
Don't let me start on J.S Bach. Just love the Baroque era, and I would like to explore the musical syles one day.
I'm also a Mozart fan.
He was truly a genius. I envy him sometimes (good envy though), what would be music without him? I'm shocked he never wrote a concerto for viola, but he did write a symphony concerto for Violin and Viola.
I'm not a big fan of contemporary music. I don't see/can't hear the development of musical ideas.
I think music is all about developing these musical ideas, your emotions and put them on music.
Finally I think to answer your question, I have never associated classical music with gay people, where do you get this idea from?
I've always associated it with older generations.
My friends always ask me, "Don't you listen to some other type of music besides classical?"
My family, they got used to it already.