I really don't think you can separate religion and homosexuality. There are people who choose to be gay, Mormon, Jewish, Catholic, etc. And there are some people who believe they have had no choice in the matter. I have friends who are LDS and honestly believe they have no choice in the matter. They have gone off, broken the standards of the Church, and felt like what they were doing was wrong and returned back to those core beliefs, much like a gay person may "try" to be straight but never feels like it is right. Both people are trying to do what they feel is right, and both parties are living ideals and standards that they feel will bring them the most happiness in life. You or I or Rosenberg have no right to mock anyone's core beliefs, whether they are religous, sexual, racial, etc. Those beliefs are what make us, and whether or not you hold the LDS beliefs out as true or completely ridiculous is up to you, but you have no right to mock me for believing them. Just like whether or not I think homosexuality is a trait you are born with or just something you do to get attention gives me any right to mock what you feel is best for you.