Re: If Disney buys Netflix....
Dear Mr. Anon,
As someone comfortable with my own sexuality, I've not noticed any of the events that seem to freak you out.
HAVE there been gay people (shock horror) kissing or holding hands etc. on any TV I've watched?
Probably. It just doesn't hit the radar. I'm not threatened by it. As I told a gay friend when he came out: "Cool! That means I don't have to worry about you being competition when we are out on the pull!" (it was MANY years ago)
It's a long established fact that those most vocal in homophobia are unsure themselves, and feel bad about it, presumably due to family/worker/peer pressure etc.
So, we sense your internal conflict, but you should celebrate who you are, despite what your family/co-workers/friends say.