I have been thinking about this lately...and I am being serious when I ask this; but, with all the advancements in knowing about risk factors for various diseases (especially STIs), what does sexual orientation have to do with anything?
What I mean is this--like HIV/AIDs, it was first thought to be a gay man's disease; now we know that it can be transmitted whether you are gay or straight. Another example would be all women getting pap smears whether they are a homosexual, bisexual, or heterosexual--what's wrong with just teaching all females to get pap smears as long as they have a cervix?...leaving it at a statement rather than asking their sexual preferences.
I just can't think of one disease or educational need that only
applies to people who are homosexual or bisexual. All the ones I can think of are pretty universal diseases/health promotion exams/teachings. I just think it can lead to discrimination rather than anything good.