I wrote about this yesterday, in another thread.
My general rule is the following. If it's not acceptable in real space, I won't tolerate it in cyberspace.
In real space, a person would greet me with a handshake, and a smile, hopefully. Therefore, I won't be an enabler to the mental illness (paranoia, dishonesty, self-loathing, conflicted belief systems, and so on) of a pictureless / profileless.
I also believe that anything worth doing should be worth doing well. Clearly, folks like that are crippled by any number of factors, but, mostly the enemy within. I refuse to be an enabler to their illness.
I not only won't hotlist a faceless, but, I also won't converse with them. I deserve more respect than a dick pic or a torso shot, and if they aren't willing or able to at least make a minimal effort, I don't consider them worthy of my further consideration.
The whole, I'm discreet, my employer has nothing better to do than to try to out me on gay sites is a nutcase argument, and doesn't wash here.
I take great issue with dishonesty and lack of virtue, especially if it's the most basic of things: sexuality. If I can't trust a person with something as basic as that, I surely can't trust them in any other areas. The whole not out thing is a huge red flag of a dishonest, self-loathing, low-esteem, person. Not the sort of folks I'd waste time on. I have enough to manage without helping someone in a deceitful lifestyle.