Twenty Questions Wont Tell You If Your Son Is Gay. I read the list of questions and, quite honestly, I'm appalled. Let's start with the premise of this app. Something to tell you if your child is gay. Who is it marketed at? Parents who would die of shame if their son came out as gay? People who are clueless? Parents who honestly have no idea about homosexuality? Quite frankly, if this is aimed at the parents who are genuinely worried that their children might be gay, those people shouldn't have kids, let alone this app. It's more religious nonsense going viral again. Not to mention, if your child is gay, then let him come out on his own terms, don't look to a ludicrous app that wont tell you squat. It's not his decision, he didn't just one day choose to be gay, so he doesn't need to be punished for it. Then let's consider the questions themselves. As I'm sure you can tell, this is a very, very stereotypical view on homosexual men. Being a gay man myself, I can tell you that so many of these questions either don't apply to me, or they apply to both myself and many of my straight male friends. My boyfriend is a fan of football, reads the sports pages, has a great relationship with his father and was never timid as a child. He also spends forever doing his hair, chooses his outfits very carefully, likes some musicals and listens to some 'divas'. What would that make him? Half-gay? Bisexual? Straight? Sorry, but he's gay as they come, he just isn't a flamboyant, camp man. The idea of being a gay man means you have to conform to these stereotypes is absolutely ridiculous. It's more ignorance spread to feed the fires of homophobia, and no real understand of what it is to be a gay man. People, especially young teenagers and even some adults, have a hard time coming to terms with their sexuality as it is without offensive apps like this making their lives more difficult. If a child is gay, he's gay, it has no bearing on his preferences (aside from who he likes to bed). This kind of app enforces these ideas and pollute the minds of who might otherwise be understanding people.