Basically, my God likes lesbian sex but not gay sex.
Cuz I'm squicked out by two penises going at it, but totally okay with two women scissoring or rubbing their stuff (yes that is the clinical term for the vagina and clitoris, "stuff"), or licking each other.
But I'm not sure "condemn to Hell" is the word. Abomination means "the Lord hates", and no it's not a super-sin category. Sin means to separate from God, things like murder and rape, and such. But gay sex, and only gay not lesbian, is called an abomination. In other words, this is nothing more than God saying "ewww no."
Well what about it the 1 Corinthians 6:9-10? It gets quoted as a justification for homophobia, that none of these sinners are welcome in the Kingdom. But is it?
This is a perfect example of not reading in context. The verses before are about lawsuits. The passage after is careful to tell us that this was how things were, but God washed us clean through Jesus. In other words, these people condemning gays either were woefully ignorant, and never read the passage after that. Or in some cases, they're trolling you, hoping you'll get mad enough to read that next verse that contradicts all that completely.
Then the next part contradicts again, talking about how all things are permitted but not everything is helpful. That is, your choices are really between you and God, and God often forgives you. But human beings may still consdemn you, or if you sleep are with alot of people then your odds of getting STDs going up. It then goes on to say to avoid sexual immorality, which could mean alot of things but basically probably boils down to infidelity and rape. And that people having sex become one flesh, and your body is a temple.
It's basically one big waffling session that ends with whether or not you should get married, or avoid the whole issue of sexual desire.
So, this is Paul, right? He's some seriously indecisive person.
So basically, I've decided that God says hairy gays are not okay, but lesbians are very hot. You must show God (and me) lesbians kissing to show God you love him. Or just because.