But how about this?
"Statement by Rabbis Schachter, Willig, Rosensweig, and Twersky
In 2010, TorahWeb.org published a brief position statement entitled "Torah View on Homosexuality". It was co-authored by Rav Hershel Schachter, Rav Mordechai Willig, Rav Michael Rosensweig, and Rav Mayer Twersky. These four are all roshei yeshiva (i.e., rabbinic leaders) at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University, the largest and most influential Modern Orthodox rabbinic program in America. In part, the statement reads:
... Prohibited homosexual activity includes any non-platonic physical contact; even yichud (seclusion) with someone of the same gender is forbidden for homosexually active individuals...."
There is no question that homosexual relations are prohibitted.
The question is whether there is an additional stigma attached to breaking the commandment.(Like the argument goes, eating shrimp is prohibited too, therefore gay relations are on par with breaking kosher - a sin but not a SIN). In most strict interpretations of the Torah there is no stigma. The stigma notion comes from Christianity with its age old war against the body and anything carnal in feeling. With stigma comes emotion, including hatred. Not that there arent extremists of course within Judaism.