If morality was fresh water, then political correctness and modern society would look like the climate in the above photo.
Let's clarify a few important points according to Torah:
First, the Torah condemns sin, not sinners. We are commanded to love all of humanity, but we are also commanded to despise those actions that violate the law of Torah.
Second, the Torah makes no mention of people with same-sex affinity. The Torah does condemn sexual acts that have nothing to do with the two commandments of procreation (pria urevia) and marital gratification (ona). This condemnation includes same-sex relations.
Third, there have been sinners since the beginning of time. The Torah doesn't condemn them, but gives them the mitzvah of teshuva and encourages them to return to Hashem.
Fourth, the Torah forbids bigotry in any shape or form. Hating a person with same-sex affinity is no different from hating a person who eats in non-kosher restaurants. Both are forbidden. We have a duty to reach out to everyone.
The Gemara tells a person who can't control his sexual urges to at least dress up in clothes that hide your identity and go to a strange town to satisfy your lust. In other words, if a person violates Torah, let him at least have enough shame to perform his violations behind closed doors. In fact, the Gemara differentiates between a person who violates the Sabbath behind closed doors and the one who does it in public, or farhesia.
This leads the Gemara to differentiate between two types of sinners: he who is ashamed of what he does and he who is not ashamed. As to the former individual, the Gemara states that his shame atones for part of his transgression. As to the latter, he won't benefit from any lenience when his day of reckoning arrives.
Our sages didn't fathom that a day would come when people would not only lack shame about transgressing the Torah, but would celebrate it in public with flag-waving and parades, declaring "National Transgression-Pride Week." No wonder that Ula says in the Gemara, yete velo achimenu - "let Moshiach come, but I don't want to be in the generation that sees him."
Since the dawn of history, there has been only one society that codified defiance against Divine Law into their law - this was Sodom and Gemorra. Is there any other way to categorize the US Supreme Court decision on gay marriage? It's not at all about equal rights but a call of defiance - shaking a fist at Hashem, Heaven forbid. It's bad enough that this is happening in the USA, but even worse when certain sectors here in Israel import such immorality Heaven forbid.
Does anyone remember what happened to Sodom and Gemorra? May Hashem illuminate the darkness in this world and open our eyes, the sooner the better.