This conversation has been present for years. I'm not going to credit Troye with anything around it.
It's funny how the backlash to the backlash of minority representation always boils down to stuff like this. It's always the whiny queers who can't support other queers who are at fault, not the flawed piece of media representing "us" or the people who made the decision to represent an already marginalized group in such a limited way - or god forbid the white straight cis men in charge of the boardrooms that only begrudgingly greenlight a handful of LGBTQIA+ projects every decade when their research shows that queers haven't bought their products in a while. No, "we should just shut up and support the community!", "we should accept whatever scraps of visibility we get!", without even as much as a promise that it will ever get better.
(The bear community is just as elitist, problematic, *phobic and toxic. Basically gays suck dd)