I think - before this turns into a big witch hunt - that it is quite nice to happen across other gay divers though. A bit like when you're in the middle of a foreigh country it's nice to spot UK number plates if you see what I mean. It's no different to straight divers, but sometimes it's nice to have friends of the same orientation you can go diving with so that you can go on big trips with your partner and not have the worry of it not being acceptable. But granted, it's just as nice to go with a club of completely mixed people so long as everyone is allowed to be who they are. I guess that's what he's thinking about.Forgive my ignorance and no offence intended but how how is gay, lesbian or bisexual diving diferent from heterosexual diving? Does sexual orientation matter underwater? I know GLUG exists but I assumed that was more of a social thing.