From the same article;http://rictornorton.co.uk/homo pho4.htm
" Although the first
Christian emperor, Constantine, did not pass any laws against Gays,
his successor, Constantius issued a decree in 342 A.D. calling for
Gays to be beheaded. The penalty of burning alive was first decreed
by Valentinian II on August 6, 390 A.D. The practice of burning gays
alive continued in Europe until the latter part of the 18th century."
closest rival in intolerance, Islam, has not carried out as many
religious wars and pogroms against the Jews as Christianity. All
things considered, the world would have been a slightly better place
if the Christian religion had never existed."
A gay activist article that expresses it's ignorant, hateful bigotry.
Moreover, you are speaking about Roman Emperors. Nothing in Christianity expresses any such judgement for homosexuals.