LZ Granderson has a great column up at CNN.com on closeted bi/homosexuals who work to hurt and keep the rest of us in the closet. As he says, it'd be something like "Uncle Tom" but for the gay world.
It's another way of thinking of these people that seems more accurate - this isn't "gays vs. haters" but an internal division among queers who have radically different views on how we should express our sexuality. There's a difference between
- the total closet cases who just try to keep quiet about their sexuality without, say, torturing children until they act straight,
- the partial closet cases who try to balance their professional, personal, and family lives in often stressful ways, and
- the others who devote their entire lives to supporting the politics and pseudoscientific propaganda of sexual and gender policing (of the rubes, of course, not themselves).
Using the word "closet case" for all these people just isn't helpful.
We're the people who assigned "twink," "otter," "bear," "byke," "lipstick," and other fun words to groups of people. There's no reason we can't come up with something for the George Rekerses of the world (I oppose "George Rekerses" right now).