I agree 100 percent. I had an interest in a girl in high school who turned out to be homosexual. She was molested by her father.
I have nothing personal against homosexuals as individuals. I had a cordial relationship with the "Gay Rights" group on campus in college, even though I was their most vocal opponent, because I engaged them as people. All of the sudden, it wasn't personal anymore. The president of the group said he was genuinely sad to see me graduate because although he disagreed with me, he respected my personal integrity.
My attitude about homosexuality is akin to my attitude about smoking. I don't like the behavior, but I am not about to reject an individual because of their behavior if they have good character otherwise.
These folks don't seem to get the crux of the issue: their arrogant attitude.
My first wife was raped when she was 16. Bottled it up inside. After 10 years of marriage it started to come out. She was deathly afraid of any man, to include me. Wouldn't get help.
Eventually, after we divorced, she found a girlfriend, sued me, alleging that my second wife and I were going to molest the children, and ran me enough legal hoops that I consumed my savings. I moved away after not seeing the kids for 2 years. That moving away at least kept her from being stressed out about me all the time.
So long as I am not around, she is pretty sane. I am raising my kids from the second marriage. Not happily ever after, but the kids are smart, and making good progress.