This is not intended to be a controversial or provocative question.
In English, there are "commonly accepted" stereotypes for how gay people sometimes speak. Are there corresponding characteristics to how gay Japanese people speak, either specific words, phrases, or constructs; or in how certain sounds are inflected?
I'm curious if Japanese is as permissive as English in "allowing," for example, gay men to use more feminine speech forms, or if the strictures of the language and culture pretty much tie all genders to prescribed speech patterns regardless of sexual orientation.
Examples of words, phrases, or sentences that are clearly recognized as "gay" would be appreciated. For example, in the US, it is not uncommon for some gay men to call each other "girl." As another example, per the link above, sometimes gay men (especially when speaking excitably) have a distinctly melodic or tonal-variadic inflection. Things like this that might parallel to Japanese (or completely unique instances) are what I'm curious about.