I don't know if it's really considered terribly noteworthy, given that most gay men on ANTM tend to be extremely stereotypical effeminate or flamboyant gay men. (Mr. Jay, Nolé, Benny Ninja, Andre, Miss J... well, apparently Miss J played it up per the producers' request, but still. And Cory's a contestant, but also falls into that category, I think.) I think Sutan was really one of the few to not be all too terribly stereotypically femme in some aspect. Still flamboyant, did drag, but there you go.
I mean, I think BryanBoy should be allowed to be femme if he wants to be. It doesn't bug me, his uselessness bugs me.