@Marsigne I was late for the party but here I am replying. Well yes, she asked me if I would get annoyed by a pretty woman flirting me. She wanted to be sure I was annoyed for the right reason.
The fact is that everyone can get annoyed. But LGBTQI+ people, sometimes want to make sure, if you get annoyed by being homophobic, which wasn't the cases thus we had the nice conversation afterwards.
It's not about political correctness. I am actually against this. I want to speak free. But if someone likes what I am saying that's perfectly fine. Once I was at the offices of a gay magazine in Greece, had a conversation and I told people: "You know, I must be politically correct now right?" They said NO! They told me "No, fu...k PC and bull**** speak freely" and you know why? THEY KNEW I had only good intentions. They KNEW I respected them.
It just happens to be a person that is smart enough to understand that it's ok to be gay (and I liked the song before it was cool)
I am glad that you edited your post, but find your use of the redacted terminology very troubling. It shouldn't take much to be an ally to the queer or feminist community, even if they ask you not to use certain terms or phrases. After all, it isn't about you.