Personally I think the bible wrote these sins as were relevant in society at the time. I don't think homosexuality was accepted and therefore grouped in with other sins. I don't know any Christians who have never sinned. If I lived at the time the bible was written and did things like sleep with men before marriage Id have probably been rejected and labeled a *****.
Homosexuality wasn't rejected by Jesus, I don't think there are any scriptures where Jesus talks about this? Jesus teaches us to love, God only knows love. If you love someone and live a good life then that's what God wants, God won't reject someone because they love, after all, it's how he made us. If God made someone gay and Jesus teaches us to love, but, in the same breath told you you weren't made the way God intended and you can't have love in your life, they're being hypocrites. Jesus spoke about hypocrites, I'll look for the verse.
You can't say someone chooses to be gay and you can't tell someone that God made them gay but expects them to stay celibate so not to sin, that makes no sense to me? Do we not call se x love making? If 2 people love each other as God intended, how can their se x be anything other than love not sin?
If someone follows the bible and believes in being celibate that is ofcourse their choice, as is no se x before marriage, no se x for pleasure and only to procreate, no drinking alcohol, no lying, cheating etc etc. otherwise we're all sinners in Gods eyes and I don't believe God is cruel to make humans as he did and condemn them for loving who they love.
If we follow Jesus, would Jesus have rejected a gay person and told him he's going to hell?