From the article: Instead of the word “gay,” use the most descriptively accurate phrase possible in the context of what you are trying to say. Instead of “gay sex scandal,” try this: “male on male sexual predation.” Sometimes, the most appropriate strategy is to use a long, clunky, but highly descriptive phrase like, “a powerful man with deep-seated attractions to males used his position of power to exploit younger men under his authority.”
Yes, she admits it is wordy, but I agree with what she is saying. I am using predator and predatory homosexual here at CAF, but I am mostly elaborating my thoughts, so I hope that my thinking is clear.
We have predators everywhere, as seen in the grooming scandals in England and tthe Me Too scandal in Hollywood. Predators come in varied and even mixed forms of sexual attraction: it is not a trait limited to homosexuals.