I might have mentioned it in this thread but it's interesting how gay stereotypes have existed the exact same across cultures and across time, you can go back to ancient China and they'll be talking about homosexuals with feminine characteristics. I think you got the right idea that there is a biological/genetic component to it, as well. Like all things there's a biological aspect and a cultural aspect but they're inexorably intertwined.Growing up one of my best friends was gay and I asked him one day about why that's even a thing. He was always super laid back and honest, not like the rest of these obnoxious cows. He told me that it's mainly a way of making their sexual preferences openly known, basically who the "bottom boys" are. He was never like that, just your regular average joe so it was very insightful coming from him. And if you think about it, it IS almost like taking on the wife role so to speak. The twinks are always the ones who don't want to work and want to be taken care of and pampered. I know scientists have thrown out different theories on homosexuality, the most convincing one (to me anyways) is the fact that in utero, men who go on to be gay later in life are exposed to higher levels of estrogen and women who go on to be lesbians are exposed to higher amounts of testosterone. Pretty compelling, but ya definitely wouldn't cause a natural lisp lol.