'Gay' seems to be very fluid nowadays and always needs an attached context. I've even heard the old 40s/50s/60s usage as in 'happy' and 'cheerful' being used. Even odder, it's now fine to be described as gay, or go to gay clubs, even if you are not gay? On the doctor front, I wonder if any doctor who has delivered a baby was ever in any doubt that the patient was female? No matter what personal pronoun that person identifies as? I went into a small township pharmacy in the non-tourist area in Tobago and asked for sun cream. About half a dozen locals slowly turned and said, "now what would us non-pinkies be doing with sun cream?" No offence meant, and none taken. The guy behind the counter then said, "how are you with sell by dates?"