I have women friends and I respect women, but do I feel it necessary for me as a gay man to have a "fag hag?" No, not in the least. Just because I'm a gay man, what special female insights or vagina-imbued powers do I need to have provided by a female cohort? Bait to lure 'straight' guys? Fashion advice? Sympathetic counsel? All of those are just women-as-male-accessories stereotypes anyway, they presume too much about the characteristics of the sexes (including that on our own we're somehow "incomplete"), and I'm not about to go scouting out for friends with a grocery list of stereotypes in-hand; besides which, of those stereotypes the first is tacky and dysfunctional, the second is unneeded, and the last I get in spades, mostly from my gay male best friend but also from a couple of straight male friends.
When it comes to discussing issues having to do with my gender and with sex, frankly, if I want to talk about my guy things I mostly talk to my guy friends (gay and straight) and if I want to talk about my gay things I mostly talk to my gay friends (male and female). But while I get along alright with plenty of straight women-- and I reserve a special, feminist concern for their social/political issues (ie. misogyny, patriarchy, sexism, homophobia, and so on) as they also pertain to my self-interest-- they tend to be the friends I feel I have the least in common with, besides an appreciation for men.