I was watching TV and came across a show where two girls were kissing (I mean really going at it, tongue and all) and the guys in the room around them were rooting them on and cheering and obviously overly excited. When they were done, one of the two girls pointed to two guys (I was assuming they were all friends) and said, "now you guys turn." Of course, they said NO vehemently and made every face and gesture of disgust. Another guy behind them made a joke suggesting that if they did it then they were gay. One of the guys got upset and took it as far to even try and punch the guy who made the joke. Now, my question is, why is it okay or not considered a lesbian act when two women are kissing like they're searching for lost treasure in each others throats, but if two guys were to even lightly kiss each other on the cheek, then they're officially gay (not that everyone believes this)? Is there a rule with women that doesn't apply to men that keeps their heterosexuality in tact and without scrutiny? I'm not asking because I'm bothered I can't do it. I have absolutely no interest in kissing another man..not that there's anything wrong with it. But I've seen this on TV or in movies so many times I just wanted to ask...why?