Someone dares to suggest that 'being judgemental' about homosexuals is within the ambit of personal choice and nothing to do with the state, and politicians and journo-pukes fall over each other to condemn it.
Male homosexuals have disproportionate power for a number of reasons, none of which they believe it legitimate for non-homosexuals even to discuss. Not being troubled with children, they tend to have larger disposable incomes than heterosexuals, and the 'pink pound' strongly influences policy-makers, as it does fashion. Possibly for the same reason, they tend to have little regard for posterity. They are also hugely over-represented in the arts and the media, where they exercise a pervasive and group self-serving influence.
They are very damned far from being an oppressed minority. The shrieks of 'homophobia' whenever someone dares to express a critical opinion goes miles beyond a legitimate demand for tolerance. Indeed it seems to go far beyond even a quest for acceptance: it would appear that what is required is that they should be loved not despite, but precisely because of what they are.
Good luck with that, guys.