In English, the phase "queer people just look like people" is ambiguous. It can be read in two ways:
1. An ostensibly queer-supportive statement of acceptance: i.e. queer people are just like anyone else in all the ways that matter
2. A command: i.e. queers, look like (straight) people (for my comfort)
And sometimes the straight person who thinks that they mean the first actually means the second.