I also wanted to thank Joe.My.God for giving me props for a long-winded comment I left on The Malcontent. As we become more and more mainstream, which I fully support, the gender issues that lie just beneath the surface of so much of our slang and behavior toward one another will become more and more divisive and important to understanding who we are. Things like "pink face" in the media, and the growing intellectual divide between effeminate gays and the "average Joe" set will play an important role in how we perceive ourselves, as well as how we are perceived. As usual, there's really no "there" there, as there's plenty of room in this world for all types of queers. Nevertheless, I see this evolving into a type of lesbian/gay divide, where we are lumped together by society-at-large, but don't really see eye-to-eye with one another on most things.