I'm actually not in therapy at the moment and haven't been since my younger teen years. In all honesty we weren't trying to make any kind of profound statement about anyone we know or therapists in general, we just wanted to make a goofy scene. Really I have addressed most of what you stated in previous posts, so forgive me for the copy/paste but...
"I will however defend the piece against your reviews accusation that it is merely a gay joke. Amongst the many jokes in this short none of them were aimed at making fun of or exploiting the gay lifestyle. In fact every "gay joke" as you would call it was more an extreme representation of how therapists often times will try and assign a textbook definition to your turmoils before actually even taking the time to know you. In fact throughout the entire short we hardly address the issue of what homosexuality is and not once do we poke fun of it as a lifestyle choice. So again, I will defend that your dumbing down of these concepts to make a point in your review may not be entirely accurate. I can see as newgrounds (and the internet in general) is a bit of a breeding ground for mindless humor that it is very easy to scan this cartoon for similar jokes and label it as such, so I can't blame you for coming out of it as you have, I just think your labeling and generalization of its themes may have been a bit hasty."
As I mentioned to the previous reviewer, I understand in general how you could come into reviewing a short that addresses such themes with such a negative attitude, but your generally negative and accusatory nature does nothing to make me want to take your opinion seriously, however I will do my best. I can take from your review that this short obviously did not hit your comedic palate, which is both fine and understandable, again forgive the copy/paste but "I would honestly like to see something that you would write or find funny. I don't mean that as the general response to negative reviews (you know the one "I don't see you doing any better") but I honestly like to study all aspects of comedy and keep myself well versed, so I would like to see something you DO find funny."
In the end, even though I do my best to pull something constructive out of your review, many people will not always award you that so should you wish to be taken seriously in the future it is often best to phrase yourself in a constructive manor rather than go forward with what (at least to someone who spent a lot of time on a project) would seem like a random collection of insults. Unless of course it is your intention to garner attention through negative means, which admittedly is the intent of many internet goers, if so I'm sorry and I hope you grow out of it.
Please understand I am not trying to belittle you or your opinion, just trying to help you construct it like a more helpful community member in the hopes that you will be taken more seriously in the future.