The whole thing is pure nonsense. But at the same time, it's dangerous nonsense. Imagine what would happen if parents start watching their kids for these symptoms, and then bundling them off to corrective boot camps or psychiatric treatments. Or even worse, kicking them out of the house entirely. I pity all the kids who're going to receive flak from their parents simply because they exhibit certain 'symptoms'.
The good thing is, the symptoms (the visible ones at least), would render a large proportion of the gay community invisible, which at the moment I would consider a good thing, what with all the backlash coming from the government. Like myself, most gay men would only fit one of the symptoms presented, which is 'to be attracted to another man', because we aren't muscular, and we don't wear V-necks and carry large handbags. Those qualities seem to describe gym bunnies and metrosexual men more than they could ever describe a homosexual.
I used to be surprised by the ridiculous things the government does, but no longer. They're like a satire of what they claim to be (an open and democratic country), and it's fascinating to watch them make a complete fool of themselves.
Oh, and there's a Facebook event called The National Wear V-Neck day, organised by an old friend of mine. Hope you guys can join in and lend support from wherever you are.