This doesn't apply to all the LGBT, but from interacting with plenty of gays and the media, it seems that many gays are hell bent on outing other gays that are in the closet. People of the LGBT community will be the first ones to tell you "My sexuality is none of your business". So why do they care if other gays reveal themselves or not? Straight people seem to have the same fascination of outing or assuming too, but I would think the LGBT community would know better. Some gays I've known actually get mad at those that don't reveal their sexuality. Although I'm 100% straight. My interaction with gay people/community has been plentiful, due to some family members and previous work. So although I stated, not all are like this, I've noticed this is something that's very common with LGBT people. I'm just curious as to why? As the gays I know give me stupid answers like "because, that being fake", "just be yourself", and etc. None which justifies caring about someone else's sexuality and sometimes getting pissed off when they don't reveal it.