They are much more expressive than others and
Most are creative, innovative and have contributed
to provide a level of service that is not what the
employer has directed.
Some notable ones have passed away, either after retiring or
whilst in employment.
They add value to the service.
Unfortunately their work have never been formally recognised.
Though the management has boldly stolen concepts and ideas.
You need not embrace their sexual orientation.
If you respect them for their being and ignore the other parts,
they can be very good friends, and they can be very fun to be with.
Their deliberate drama in handling difficult situations helps diffuse them.
Its like deliberately using Hokkien dialect just to get a point across
in a jacket & tie moment. It works... and that is all that matters.