When discussing the topic about LGBT clothing and other matters, I’d have to agree with @DavidRunk .
While some people, LGBT or not, take pride in themselves and show off who they via clothing choices/options, I find, as an author, that if you have use clothing to define your character SOLELY, then it’s plain lazy. I’m not saying that clothing doesn’t help define your character, for example I have a punk/ex-streetfighter character that goes around wearing jackets with no shirt, but that adds to the character of her being all like, ‘I don’t care what you think, anyway, it’s hot’ type of attitude that you’re instantly bombarded with as soon as you’re introduced to her. But to have a character SOLELY, and I say ‘solely’ with as much emphasis as I can manage in text form, based or judged by their clothing choices(and that god forbidden cliche gay attitude), then it’s just plain lazy. Have a gay dude that likes to dress as a dude! Have a lesbian that dresses, while yes like a biker chick, sort of like a tom-girl! Have a shy closeted bisexual who dresses, you know it, like a dude. Have a dude that says he likes dresses but is straight. Either way, it’s better for you to define your character by their attitude and actions, not the way they look.
(they seriously don’t need a sign pointing at them saying ‘GAY/whatever’.)
(P.S, but I don’t mind if anyone makes a dress for a guy lol, love to see that.)