In a perfect world there would be no need for labeling our sexual identities or having to explain our gender identities and/or why these might be subject to change. This unfortunately is not the world in which we reside, which is why straight people should not identify as queer. As much as I’d love you for straight folk to say, “Screw labels!” and, “Let’s show the rest of the ignorant world why it doesn’t matter!” it unfortunately does not have the same effect because the rest of the world is in fact ignorant. If we continue with that argument that straight people should reject labeling their sexual identity, the rest of the ignorant world will (unfortunately) associate a heterosexual queer label with a non-conforming sexual identity. Let me say again, if all heterosexual couples and people rejected labeling their sexual identity to further insure the world we live in that sexual consisitancy or fluidity is irrelevant, I would be absolutely elated. This concept for the world that we will in is unfortunately much too radical for comprehension.