This post is very disturbing. The left talks about systematic racism and then they blame it on the right. Meanwhile, they categorize everyone and try to destroy people who don't fit their categories. I'm a Hispanic. I am a Republican. I am a Republican because I think for myself and I believe in the party platform.For the record, @BuddyThomas I did not see anyone call you a racist and I do not have @OneofThree on ignore. "Hypocrite" was suggested, but not racist, unless something was removed/edited.
You will find exceptions in every category. Sometimes they just live in a different set of circumstances (typically money) that make them more or less immune to the circumstances more typical to their category. (Example: a rich black man may be less concerned about the ghetto than people who grew up in the ghetto.)
So that man may vote in his own self interest rather than in the interest of his category (i.e. more worried about his tax rate than if people are denied their right to vote.)
You will find gay people who are against gay marriage. Obviously you will find women against having the right to choose.
Sometimes people who vote or just believe what appears to be against their own self-interest could use a therapist. (A gay person who thinks they won't ever get married because nobody likes them right now may say they are against gay marriage. IMO, that's a selfish point of view, but understandable if they are psychologically stuck somewhere.)
Other times they're just practical, as in the tax rate vs. voting example.
Sometimes they're naive, ill-informed, not politically active, etc.
So, generally speaking, yes - if a gay person is voting for Republicans, there's some deeper digging to do there. Are they just rich and single and not able to see the future or care about the circumstances of others like them? Or are they somewhere along that psychological bridge where they were able to say they were gay, but they're not that gay. They won't accept certain sex roles. They won't dance with their arms in the air. They think they're "the good gay" because they don't "make trouble." Some people would praise them for that. (The wrong people from whom to seek praise.)
Examples of individuals who cross the lines are generally unimportant statistically. Don't expect all are rational actors, that's my point, I guess.
And yes, gay people and black people supporting Trump have made some kind of bargain with themselves to allow part of themselves to be ignored/exploited/discriminated against in exchange for something else.
Or they're so gullible, they believe Trump when he says he gives a rip about black and gay people.