Someone said :
I also pointed out people that don't fit the stereotype.
Surely the whole point of a subculture is that it comprises persons who share a characteristic that makes them different?
In a pluralist society expressions of - and acknowledgements of - diversity should be seen as something positive rather than harmful.
You're right in once sense but the subculture identifies itself and it is not for others to make claims about or predict the entire subculture's attitude, motivations, or behaviour with any authority. This is the basis for generalisations which have value in some cases but we should always keep in mind that it can be unfairly discriminatory.
I honestly think that you modify your statements with conditions like "some don't fit the stereotype" as a way of appeasing the other commentators here and that you still hold a lot of store in the rules you have built up about various subcultures - especially based on their physical appearance.
Physical appearance doesn't reflect internal motivations of itself. A flamboyant bisexual man doesn't necessarily fancy more men than a masculine or butch bi-sexual man.
A butch lesbian isn't less attracted to men than a feminine lesbian.