"The two messengers came to Sodom in the evening, as Lot was sitting in the gateway of Sodom. When Lot saw them, he arose to meet them, and he bowed down with his brow to the earth. And he said: Behold, now, my lords, please turn in and lodge at the house of your servant and wash your feet. Then you can rise early and go on your way. Yet they said: No, for we shall lodge in the square. But he urged them so intensely that they turned in with him and entered his house. He made a feast for them and baked unleavened bread, and they ate. They had not yet lain down when the men of the city, men of Sodom that they were, surrounded the house, from youth even to old man, all the people without exception. They called out to Lot and said to him: Where are the men who came to you tonight? Bring them forth to us, and let us know them. So Lot went forth to them, toward the portal, and closed the door after him. He said to them: Oh do not do such evil, my brothers. Oh behold, I have two daughters who have not known a man. Oh let me bring them forth to you. Do to them as is good in your eyes. But do not do anything to these men; for on this account they have come under the shadow of my rafters. But they replied: Come close, yonder! And they added: This one came to sojourn here as an alien, yet he is judging, yea judging. Now we shall do more evil to you than to them. And they urged intensely against the man, against Lot, and they came close to break the door. Then the two men stretched out their hands and brought Lot in to them, into the house, and closed the door. As for the men who were at the portal of the house, they smote them with a dazzled perception, from the small unto the great, so they tired of finding the portal. The two men said to Lot: Do you have anyone else here? Son-in-law and your sons and daughters and all who are yours in the city, bring them forth from this place. For we are about to bring this place to ruin, because great is the outcry over them before the face of Yahweh. And Yahweh has sent us to wreck it." (Genesis 19:1-13)
"Behold, this was the depravity of Sodom, your sister: For herself and her daughters there was pomp, surfeiting with bread and quiet ease, yet she did not hold fast the hand of the humble and needy. They were haughty and committed abhorrences before Me; so I put them away just as you see." (Ezekiel 16:49,50)
"With a male you shall not lie as bedding with a woman. This is an abhorrence." (Leviticus 18:22)
I have read commentary before, by those who seem to want to minimize the sexual sin, about the "sin of Sodom" simply being failure to extend hospitality, but it seems evident by the context of the story of Lot that the epitome of their inhospitality was the desire to commit homosexual rape with strangers, which seems to obviously classify as "depravity" and one of the "abhorrences" mentioned in Ezekiel 16:49,50.
The US government has more than one law that is unjust and doesn't conform to the word of God. All US citizens should have civil rights, but marriage is more than a civil right. God created man, then woman from man, to be one flesh together and one spirit with Christ and God. Legal validation of homosexual sin is a victory for atheists and homosexuals because it invalidates the word of God. Many of us may have been guilty of heterosexual sin in our lives, but we haven't had that sin legally validated through political pressure, which seems to be the case here.
We of the nations who are the ecclesia, the body of Christ, are not subject to the law of Israel.
"For the entire law is fulfilled in one word, in this: 'You shall love your associate as yourself.'" (Galatians 5:14)
But most people seem to confuse love with desire. Even, if some people love other people of the same gender, which all believers should, that doesn't mean it's all right to act out sexual desire with people of the same gender, and just because a corrupt government justifies that doesn't mean it's no longer sin according to the word of God.