Silhouette was healthily homosexual and I was sad that she was forced to leave the Minutemen in such a way. Captain Metropolis is another homosexual. I don't believe Metropolis and Hooded Justice ever had an affair, however. Hooded Justice, well -- his interest in "young men" made my eyebrows shoot up. Exactly how "young" were they? I felt Hollis' way pointing not only to homosexuality, but pedophilia as well. "Young men", probably not as prepubescents, but I was thinking along the lines of challenging the age of consent -- about 14 to 16. And this is probably why he was SOOOOO secretive about his sexuality in the first place.
As for the Crimebusters, well, Ozymandias is the epitome of the perfect "Aryan" in Nazi Germany standards -- blond hair, blue eyes, height of six foot, physically superiour, mentally superiour, white, blah, blah... Wouldn't it just be wonderful if we could rub homosexuality to the faces of Hilter and Himmler? But I seem to lean more to Ozy being bisexual, like Alexander the Great was himself, in his younger days. By the events of the novel, he became celibate to me...he was above such "gross physicality." Above all, he's a narcissist! To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance!
Rorschach...no, no one can take him! He's mine! Brwhahahaha! (gets back to normal) Hurm. Rorschach is a classic case of alexithymia! He's simply incapable of understanding, processing, or describing emotions (beyond such adjectives of "happy" and "unhappy"). Psychologically, alexithymics are very cognitive people -- few dreams, restricted imagination, lack of empathy, very logical, realistic thinking processes, detachment, interpersonal problems, etc. He, like some alexithymics, has chronic dysphoria, where he would have intense outburts of tears and rage; for example, "DO IT!" Things like physical and emotional arousal are the round pegs in his square holes, therefore he probably has little or no (or doesn't care to know) any sexual desire. He's...placid.