Not surprised. Based on the ongoing actions to clarify sexuality and gender, the overall consensus seems to be that gender is more fluid than we think, and sexual identity is not carved in stone. I have dealt with enough people over the years to know that they cover the gamut in terms of sexual identity, from the macho he man stereotype to the ultra feminine female. There are certainly plenty that don't fit into stereotypes.
Somebody better tell the fundies that protesting against Target's bathrooms isn't going to make their kid more or less gay. Apparently they don't get it until Johnny starts playing with Barbie and gets caught trying on his sister's clothes.