“To be clear, we would never actively block material based on sexual orientation. It’s possible that the sites were blocked because they contain advertising or other content that falls outside of the Content Lock system which helps prevent children from accessing 18-rated material. This is done in accordance with a voluntary code that mobile operators agreed to in 2004.” That’s T-Mobile’s perhaps reasonable response to news that gay-ish websites were being blocked for cell phone users. Except it doesn’t entirely explain why gay news and travel sites are triggering the filter, other than T-Mobile’s kiddy protection plan banning anything that discusses The Gay, nor why users, even after verifying their age, still cannot access many of these sites while straight porn pages are readily available. Don’t you just hate it when your Sidekick can’t access GuysWithiPhones.com?