I take "God's image" as being good, loving, forgiving and many other things that we hope God has revealed to humanity through the ages. God' image has also been one of judge, source of vengeance and destruction. I believe Jesus went beyond those images as the "human/God" manifestation of being "without sin." Do we honestly believe that being in "God's image" as to bring war and destruction upon each other is what God is? As we understand "revelation," it is something that is being "revealed" and on-going to us as generations pass. As far as saying that "God's image" means God doesn't look or act gay, I never seen an image of God in anything other than long flowing robes and as far as I know my Bible, there is no description of what God or Jesus looked like! And as far as stereotyping gay people, I've seen enough professional football and baseball players who are gay and lesbian women, including my sister, who are ravishingly beautiful, that your observation winds up to saying "God's image" means what people wear or don't wear, whether they swish or not, or how much makeup they use. That's more "people's image" of who and what we are, not God's.