This is my attempt at discouraging stereotypes, as they are not only frustrating, but can be quite judgmental as well.
Although there is nothing wrong with loving sports, not every heterosexual male does. Just like not every homosexual male loves shopping, not every heterosexual female is a princess, and not every homosexual female is butch. A person's sexuality does not determine his or her general interests.
The only thing it really says about someone is the gender(s) the person is attracted to. It doesn't say how they will love someone; if they will love someone; how devoted they are; how promiscuous they are; that they do or do not care about consent; the activities they will participate in; or many other things people seem to assume about someone just from knowing one fact about them. Those are based on the individual's personality; something that varies among many groups of people, no matter their sexuality, ethnicity, or age.
Don't believe me? I'm reasonably sure that if you were to approach a group of people, even if it's a group of people with similar interests or backgrounds, and asked them a few questions (about 10), they will not agree on everything. And that's only a small group with a few questions. Now imagine a large group of people and every possible opinion and interest they could possibly have. It's rather overwhelming, isn't it?