Well, that was my point: Metro never had anything to do with gender or gender ambiguity, and, unlike most people believe, it never meant "Androgynous" or "Cross-fashionable", or whatever the above story was meant to define. (Haven't a clue, myself. ) It was simply a way of reducing easy public stereotypes before they got out of hand and caused real damage: "Shuddup, I'm smart, I'm neat, and I'm married! In fact, that's the way she likes it, so there!" If we now have a confusion of dictionary definitions...well, anyone want to theorize how exactly THAT happened, all of a sudden? What's the matter, did we come up with a new trendy word that didn't happen to cutely market gays' own self-image in the public mind, and left them out?--Well, have to fix that! For a while, there, we were almost talking about something else! And as for "why can't we just talk about movies"...well, why CAN'T we? Do dog lovers make self-marketing stereotypes about who owns a Pekingese and who owns a Labrador?--Or is having a hobby something that everyone in the world has, which means deep down you might probably secretly be a plain old boring Everybody?