I've been seeing on American News Channels lately, where Pastors from protestant congregations in the United States are going hard against homosexuality and marriage unions between same sex couples.
For over thirty years I've attended Christian, evangelical, fundamentalist congregations (I think we're in our fifth community) and not once have I ever heard a sermon speaking against homosexuality. Certainly not any sermon denouncing homosexuality nor encouraging people to kill or imprison homosexuals.
On the other hand, I've heard many, many sermons on the importance of maintaining Christ-like love within a God ordained marriage, while preserving sexual purity (both in thought and deed) outside of marriage. The emphasis has always been on what we should be doing versus what we should not be doing. It's simply understood that if you are a Christian, if you claim to be a follower of Jesus the Christ, then the expectation for expressing ourselves sexually is within the safety of a loving male / female monogamous marriage. Anything outside of that is against the plan of God - according to Jesus. That paradigm is not something that needs to be upheld by attacking those who wish to live otherwise.
It's also understood that if you are secular, pagan or atheist, then you are free to go and do what you want. It is not our job as Christians to tell those who oppose God or who simply wish to ignore God how they should be living. It's understood that if you are not in a healed and forgiven relationship with Jesus, then what you do, think, or say, sexually or otherwise, is the least of your problems.