It may seem odd if you're not used to it, or have grown up in a culture who didn't accept or never talked about it, but the act of homosexuality in itself does not torture and/or kills others in any way. So even though it might not be for me or you, respecting others who do feel good being gay shouldn't be a problem, if that's what makes them happy. People often have the urge to judge things they're not used to, or which are not generally accepted by their culture (I used to be like that long ago: judging gays, people with plastic surgery, sluts etc). But now I think: why? Why attack something that's so harmless? There is so much injustice in the world, and what was I judging? Harmless things like 2 girls getting married, which didn't harm anyone or anything at all? Just because it wasn't "normal"? Why? I'd say we should only fight things that are harmful, like child molestation, rape, murder, racism, and speciesism. Even if someone dresses like a clown, has a weird fetish, or wears diapers as an adult etc... let them. Focus on tackling choices which actually harm others instead.