And I can't resist quoting from the Roy Zimmerman video I posted earlier...
"It's nobody's business who you love...it's interesting, but it's nobody's business. No, it's nobody's business who you love, where you love, what equipment you might use...well, actually, the equipment issomebody's business..."
And also to quote the great (and newly discovered by me) Michael Franti:
"It's not about who you love, but do you love."
(possibly slightly misquoted, as it's from memory.)