Remco Sommeling wrote:This is becoming a little tedious, but do you realize that when an NPC description says that Bob Smith (M) and Sally Smith (F) are married, they're confronting you directly with the sexuality of those two NPCs? At least, if you feel that an NPC description that says that Irabeth (F) and Anevia (also F) are married is confronting you directly with lesbianism, then you have to give the same consideration to the equivalent situation.
Just because people accept their parents are having sex doesn't mean they wan to be confronted with it directly. I suspect most people that do not wish LGBT content in Paizo books are much the same, it doesn't make them wrong or haters.
I am fine with a middleground and leave sexuality mostly in the bacckground but easy to adjust to a table's likes or dislikes, but some hints at a character's proposed sexuality are completely fine with me, it is a modest and fitting statement and as far as I'd go as a company's default religion.
Maybe, but in practice that isn't always the case. It's a charged subject for many, one way or another, and even though people might not want to judge lesbianism they might feel a bit uncomfortable with it. All I am saying that these people are not 'wrong' for feeling differently than you do. As much as I accept gay people I accept that people are not always entirely comfortable with it. I do not see a need for sexuality to have more than a passing role in Pathfinder one way or another.