"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
The fact is, gay people do not have some special ability over straight men and women to fight back any and all "eye ****." If I were showering with a bunch of women, surely a few of them would be attractive to me. More certainly would I then make a few rounds of eye ****.
Have you ever heard of quantum physics? One of the things about it are that at any given time, any and all possible scenarios can exist at the same time. For example, you put a cat in a box and close it. Then you ask yourself, is the cat dead? It could be. It could also be alive. If it were dead, you wouldn't know it and depending on how much you liked the cat -- at that given time -- there would be no reason to get all upset about a dead cat. Because the cat is both alive and dead at the same time.
Now, you open the box and look inside, and you see that indeed the cat is dead. If you liked the cat, all of a sudden you have reason to be upset. Because the cat is most certainly dead.
The same can be said of showering with straight and gay men; in one scenario the gay men are not public about their sexual preference, in the other scenario they are public. What the second scenario does is 'opens the box', per say, and everyone who sees what is inside the box is therefore affected in one way or another, if even very slightly.
Does that make more sense?
I'm confused. There's supposed to be a cat in a box somewhere named Shrodinger.
Now I feel strange every time I shower in the locker room, because you never know when a gay will be there. Don't ask, don't tell is the normal situation in everyday life, after all. Nobody goes around with a nametag that says "I'm gay." So now I'm creeped out. Thanks homophobes for making me always have to look over my shoulder. Eeeew! Homos!