Or is it a way of telling the world you're gay without explicitly saying it? Why do some men have it and others don't? If all men had the gay lisp, it would lead one to believe that an excess of estrogen or lack of testosterone in gays was somehow assoiated with their sexual preference, but that's not the case cause not all gays have the lisp. Maybe there are two categories of gays: "genetic gays" who are predisposed biologically, and have the lisp; and "preferential gays" who aren't biologically predetermined to be gay, but for whatever reason, choose it. And then to complicate matters, there are those who have the lisp, but cover it up, and there are those who don't have the lisp, but fake it.