Have a gay best friend or gay male friends that you share secrets and spend quality time with? Here's a Buzzfeed compilation of what they want you to know about the homophobic attitudes you might have without noticing.
The fact that you have gay friends doesn't automatically mean that you can't be homophobic.
It's not a compliment when you say, "You don't look like a homosexual at all."
Not all gay men are interested in fashion or design.
They aren't the "comfort friends" that you should keep around.
You don't have to use LGBT slang to look cool.
Have a gay colleague? It doesn't mean that you have to delve into that subject unnecessarily.
A hot gay man is never a waste of hotness.
They don't need to have had sex with a man or woman to know if they are gay.
Of course, they also have problems with their love life.
Don't forget that they can also create families, and have children with their partners.
Homosexuals don't have a crazy gaydar.
A relationship can be active or passive, but this choice is up to the couple.
You don't have to only call your gay friend to go out or go to a gay club.
Sexuality doesn't identify a person as a whole.
Not all gay men are open about sex.
There's no rule such as "Gay men have to like anal sex."
Be careful with the nicknames gay people call each other, because you aren't entitled to them.