Ok, JJ, are you implying there are no gay or bisexual men in Australia? Or maybe gay and bisexual men are so morally upstanding, they would never resort to a life of burglary? Would watching the porn have been awkward if all the bandits were dudettes, i.e. women? Or are you saying that heterosexual men only watch porn when women are present?
While JJ's comment is not an outright gay slur, it is problematic. WZBH's target audience appears to be young males from high school through college. (That may explain why the nine DJs are around thirty or younger.) For a young, gay listener, especially in the age group where a young man is trying to come to grips with his sexuality, JJ's comment serves to reinforce the notion that there is something wrong or unnatural with being gay.
JJ's comment by itself may have been an off-hand remark from a straight guy who really doesn't understand what being gay means, but at WZBH, these sorts of off hand comments are made often. A faithful listener of WZBH may come to internalize the belief that there is something wrong or unnatural with being gay. Why else would a radio station allow the comments to be made on a regular basis if there weren't some truth to them?
JJ, stick to telling the story without the subtle, anti-gay commentary. Your listeners can add their own thoughts about a bunch of drunk burglars watching porn together and whether they were even all guys or not. And some of your listeners are gay, so why insult them?