OK. I’ll bite.
I think they've gone too far.
Not about the rights issues or anything like that, but all the subcategories, the sub-subcategories, the whittling down what people are into smaller and smaller groups.
It's getting to the point of absurdity. That + after LGBTQ... It represents about fifteen to twenty other letters.
What is the point? What's the point of even STATING that someone's asexual? All that means is, they aren't interested in sex with anyone. That's not homosexual, heterosexual, in fact, it shouldn't have any impact on someone's life.
There's certainly no stigma attached to someone who isn't interested in getting a girl/boyfriend, but that's the least of the issues with it.
The more you isolate, categorise and separate people, the more alienated they'll feel. It's counterproductive. What's wrong with just having everyone who's doesn't quite fall into the standard LGBTs just take the Queer and have done with it?
And before anyone complains... I'm gay. But I'm 52 so all this nonsense only started in recent years from my perspective.