Let's consider what Jesus would do/say on the subject?
Check out John 8:1-11 (The Message):
Jesus went across to Mount Olives, but he was soon back in the Temple again. Swarms of people came to him. He sat down and taught them.Can we throw a stone and condemn people for their orientation? Where is our love for the "whosoever" mentioned in John 3:16 no matter who/what he/she is?
The religion scholars and Pharisees led in a woman who had been caught in an act of adultery. They stood her in plain sight of everyone and said, "Teacher, this woman was caught red-handed in the act of adultery. Moses, in the Law, gives orders to stone such persons. What do you say?" They were trying to trap him into saying something incriminating so they could bring charges against him.
Jesus bent down and wrote with his finger in the dirt. They kept at him, badgering him. He straightened up and said, "The sinless one among you, go first: Throw the stone." Bending down again, he wrote some more in the dirt.
Hearing that, they walked away, one after another, beginning with the oldest. The woman was left alone. Jesus stood up and spoke to her. "Woman, where are they? Does no one condemn you?"
"No one, Master."
"Neither do I," said Jesus. "Go on your way. From now on, don't sin."
Anyway, I have found the following articles useful on this subject from the emergentvoyageurs blog:
Homosexuality and the Church - Part 1
Homosexuality and the Church - Part 2
Homosexuality and the Church - Part 3