First you LIE and say that homosexuality is rejected on a universal level throughout history.<quoted text>
You are an idiot bigot.
Homosexuality is rejected across cultures and all religions for all of human history. Extremely rare episodes of it being accepted as normal have never lasted of any significant length of time.
Then, with full understanding that you have LIED, you try to clarify your comment by saying, "Wait, well, not EVERY culture has rejected it, but most have."
I always find it humorous when you make such blanket statements. Has it ever occurred to you that we really know very little about human history? We only know what we have been able to interpret from societies that were advanced enough to leave written records. There are, as I'm sure you'd agree, a great deal we don't know about history and culture.
And even in those cultures where we have written documents, it's always understood that those in power write the history. How people lived their actual day-to-day lives cannot be known with certainty.
Take, for example, North Korea. The state oppresses free speech. Even with all of our technology we're still in the dark about what ACTUALLY takes place there.
Dead men tell no tales, Kim. History's information about gays and lesbians cannot be fully relied on.
And finally, why do you so often go to "history" as an indication of "how" we should treat people today?
Historically, women have been treated as being less intelligent and less worthy of respect.
Slavery in some form has existed or been embraced worldwide since as far back as we have records.
Mandatory education for all children, regardless of their parent's status, was basically unheard of until very recently.
Christianity has only major religion since about 300 AD. That's a drop in the bucket when compared to the history of mankind.
The whole notion of "equality" among men is very recent--mostly traced back to the Age of Enlightenment in the 1600s. "Its purpose was to reform society using reason, challenge ideas grounded in tradition and faith, and advance knowledge through the scientific method. It promoted scientific thought, skepticism and intellectual interchange and opposed superstition, intolerance and some abuses of power by the church and the state."
Should we then go back to treating women as inferior? Should we go back and embrace slavery? Should we try to mimic the way that education was distributed by the vast majority of societies? Should we rush back and embrace the various other religions that predate Christianity by eons? Should we throw the whole notion of "equality" out the window because it hasn't yet stood the test of time and worldwide cultural acceptance?
You cannot base mankind's current activities solely on how history may have treated people.
It's a mistake you ALWAYS make.
See to it that you don't do it again.