Genesis is Moses's condensed version of the history of his people, not the complete history. Most of the stories Moses is retelling, have one or even more stories attached to them, that aren't considered sacred, but are for the most part, believed to be 'true'. Abraham and his descendents are given title to the property after God's urban renewal of Sodom, Gomorrah and three other cities, so the stories associated with them by Abraham's descendents, not good. Their stories associate these people with being guilty of every sin in the book, including the complete list of sexual ones. There's even one about the women of Sodom knowingly seducing angels in a work called the Testament of the Twelve Prophets. The Jewish people and their books and stories spread across Europe and elsewhere, centuries before Jesus came on the scene, but since they really didn't accept converts, their religion didn't. Against this backdrop of familiarity with the stories that the Jews had about these places, comes Christianity ala Paul and its emphasis on aestheticism. There was but one way to be doing it and only one reason to be doing it and then you got married in the eyes of God to forgive you for when you do it again, only if you were successful at it, everything else was sinful and God knows when you do it. Confess, repent, try not to repeat. When Priests talked about the sexual sins of Sodom to folk back then, they had actually heard about them, even though none are actually mentioned in either Christian Testament. They knew sodomy to mean, everything but making a baby and you weren't really supposed to be enjoying that any more than necessary to do the deed, God was watching and seriously doesn't approve. They taught the death threat by male on male gang rape as being the last straw when it came to what the good people of Sodom were willing to do sexually. The Christian notion of God limiting the sin of the Sodomites to only those acts of the same sex is a fairly modern one.I don't understand why the name Sodom has been used the way it has. When the Abraham spoke with God before the destruction he begged, repeatedly, for the cities to be spared. It says that they were guilty of every depravity and were decadent and spoiled. At least that's how I read it. Even Lot's wife was turned to a pillar of salt because she looked back. Why? Because she didn't want to give up a posh and comfortable life? It was a major cosmopolitan centre and rich from trade.
God made me heterosexual, but does that mean I can't sin? Of course not. I can't give up my inclinations to certain activities either. I can only control myself because I am capable of reason, and not an animal.
The Bible says God created all things, and He allows evil. Our hearts know when we do wrong, and that is very personal to each one of us.
Every one has a natural an inalienable right to believe pretty much whatever it takes to get them through the day. If someone wants to believe that God hates me or just the things they imagine I do, that is between them and Him. I accept that that is what they want to pray and that they do have every right to pray it. As long as they keep their problem with me or what they imagine I might do between them and God, I'll keep any problems I might have with them or what they do between me and God too.