Agreed. And the author is writing in a style that is best (and most charitably) described as an homage to Monty Python's "Upper Class Twit" sketch. Is Details gay? It seems to be bi-curious, if anything. Who cares. At least they got GQ to realize that the 30 something demographic was no longer interested in Fred Astaire (a closet case if there ever was one.) BTW, as a historical note: GQ was originally seen as a "gay" magazine, as was Esquire (though to a much lesser extent.) Chew on that, gentlemen. The writing in Details is becoming increasingly dismal, though. That's for sure.