Many in the Arab community spoke about ethnic stereotypes.
Some Mizrahi Jews and Arab Jews report exclusion and discrimination by the Ashkenazi LGBT community in Israel.
In the United States, ethnic minority LGBT individuals may find themselves in a double minority, in which they are neither fully accepted nor understood by mainly white LGBT communities, nor are they accepted by their own ethnic group.
Many people experience racism in the dominant LGBT community in which racial stereotypes merge with gender stereotypes; for example, Asian-American LGBTs are viewed as more passive and feminine, while African-American LGBTs are viewed as more masculine and aggressive.
He has called Out Magazine a "Jewish slut magazine" and called Michael Lucas, a Jewish American–Russian–Israeli a "Jewish pig, Israeli monkey" as well as using the racial epithets "kike" and "yid" repeatedly in several of his posts.
He also claims Jewish vodka is made from sperm and accused Micheal Lucas of attempting to kill his mother and threatened him with murder.
Some LGBT Mizrahi Jews have alleged that aspects of Ashkenazi LGBT activism express "Ashkenazi hegemony" and leave "no legitimized cultural space for Mizrahi queers to express their Arab culture and heritage".
He also stated, "the Jewish mafia [is] trying to overtake the world" When accused of being antisemitic, he "continued his defense for over three minutes, detailing that he has Jewish friends, and adding that his mother's stepmother was Jewish, and people he works with are Jewish" A report titled We're Family Too studied what it calls same-sex-attracted people from Arab backgrounds in Australia.
The respondents were from both Christian and Muslim religious backgrounds.