LMAO "can't accessorize" brilliant! I don't need the doctor to be gay and come to think of it, gay is not really a concern. I think it helps (only in comparison based on my experience) from a lifestyle understanding.
My doc in LA was an avid body builder as well as Internal MD and gay. I could always ask him about supplements or workouts or nutrition and have the perspective from a Dr who also practices and studies it. Most people don't realize that most physicians arent required or go thru very little training or education about nutrition and / or exercise unless it relates to a very specific field.
So "gay" didnt really play a factor other than common lifestyle behaviors etc.,
I do have a funny lil story that does support my inquiry tho: About 6-7 years ago I was ready about Viagra and the ED drugs... i was late 20's so I didnt need it, but was curious. When I went to my Dr the next time, I simply said "ya know I was reading about Viagra" without hesitation he said "oh yeah, Ill give ya a sample" LOL I thought, only a gay Dr would know that I was asking for the simple curiosity as opposed to a medical necessity. Then he followed up with "just so ya know, we have a nickname for ED drugs (i forget what that was) because its harder to give a BJ on it cuz you get a little stuffy" ONLY my gay Dr would offer that kind of advice (which I totally appreciated)
So again.. thanks for the heads up.