I don't like when anyone treats others like they are less of a person or whatever... However while more people are more accepting of gays and all, there are people who may be ok with it, but don't agree with it, and certainly don't want it put in their faces, and or around them so flamboyantly... There are gay men who are even put off by that kind of behavior as well... Not to mention don't find tolerance, or acceptance from even the gay world themselves.
My buddies and I go to sports bars, a lot, especially after someone on our team won a fight, or we won a rugby match, there are two guys on our team who are gay, but they don't act like that, and everyone pretty much knows they are gay, and nobody cares, everyone respects them, nobody shuns them, sometimes people forget. And if anyone gave them any kind of shit, they'd have all of us to deal with. Unfortunately though people are always usually shocked, and surprised by it, because they don't behave nothing like the guys on that clip, which says most people expect, or see gays as being like that (a certain way), and I think that's pretty sad.
Its just as ignorant as some white people I've come across who'd be all shocked and amazed that a black person wasn't into rap music, didn't dress "hip hop" or "didn't sound black".. That's the problem with stereotypes, and the people within the communities who make them stronger themselves... It allows the ignorant, and the hateful, to have more fuel.