Actually that was more of a comedic jest at the difference in body types you might see between different groups, i.e. an athlete with big legs and someone not in an athletic activity with generally thinner legs (drama class fills in that blank there). There's obviously not a correct or better side to the equation, just a side you happen to fall on based on your lifestyle and genetics. As you can see from comments immediately following the original comment, that's how other people interpreted it. People who use the straight fit echoed the sentiment about it working for big thighs/former athletes. A normal person would have stopped there, not meticulously combing through a post trying to attribute homophobia when there was none.
For you to imply my original comment was in any way homophobic is irresponsible and misguided. You're doing a major disservice to the group you were recklessly trying to protect. Don't appreciate the humor? That's fine, I'll tone it down and try to be more considerate. Clearly it's not funny to you in the same way it was to me. Next time you want to foolishly claim someone is being homophobic from one sentence that you misinterpreted, count to 10, read it again, and ensure you properly comprehend what's going on. Spouting off when someone says something you don't like and accusing them of something like that is a lot more serious than you might realize, and I hope this little explanation will help you in the future to make more mature and responsible decisions.