In reality, there are no gay humans, just as there are no straight humans, because humans, like all other species, only make mating decisions based on perceptible attributes, and gender can't directly be perceived, only inferred.
While it's true that specific combinations of attributes (that one may have a preference for) may be more common in one gender than another, all attributes are known to exist in at least one member of both genders.
Consequently, given a large enough population size, any combination of attributes must exist in at least one member of both genders.
Hence, if one is attracted (either the feminine or masculine mode of attraction) to the set of attributes (A1, A2, A3, ...), then there will at least one member of both genders with (A1, A2, A3, ...) which means that person could not be either gay or straight, because both would imply confinement.
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