To the OP: Those Christians who are outraged by homosexuality as opposed to other sins are really just spinning in circles, IMO. Just to clarify, I am a born-again Christian, but am not evangelical, and I do not meet with a denominational church. According to the Bible, the wages of sin, any sin, is death. So, basically any time there is a sin there has to be a sacrifice, or a death. In the OT before Jesus had died on the cross, offerings were made as sacrifices to God for sin. Now, in the New Testament, since Jesus has died for our sins, the sacrifice for our sins has already been made. Therefore, all we must do for any sin is to ask forgiveness, and God will forgive us. This is not to say that, for certain things, we will not face consequences. If we break the law, we must face the justice system. We also must take care any offenses that we commit towards one another (apologize to those we hurt, ext.). So even though God will forgive us, we ourselves create consequences when we choose to do the wrong thing, and we must face those things and deal with them.
So, as a Christian, I believe that we should focus on our inner hearts, and follow the will of the Lord, and not on judging others (which we cannot do, because we are all sinful in some way).