Let me make this clear for YOU. Homosexual acts are NOT a sin...or sinful. The fact that you readily admit that your church tells you that it is sinful, and you are OK with it makes me very sad for you.
You're just being argumentative. Anything where you suggest you are an independent thinker is quite a joke, really. But have at it.If two hetero people have premarital sex then the sex is sinful. If gay people have sex then it is sinful. But the comparison stops there. Heteros can get married.
In Argentina, gay people can get married. But the RCC teaches that after marriage, hetero sexual people are not sinning when they engage in sex. But gay people are sinning when they marry and engage in sex. So, homosexual sex is always a sin according to RCC official doctrine.
Actually, the comparison doesn't end there. I happen to be married already, so my orientation toward tasty strange cannot ever be fulfilled without engaging in a sinful act. Even if I weren't married, if I married one of the interns, that would foreclose shagging all the others who parade through my workplace. Since my orientation is toward a sequence of young women, and I can't marry all of them, well, you can see the problem.
The problem is that you think monogamous, hetero sex is some sort of fix for the problem. But such a thing is completely unnatural, men have evolved quite differently and have a natural inclination toward a series of young women.
So, would you be prepared to say that the Church, insisting that my natural preference is sinful, is anti-hetero? Why?