Well, if you ignore the cultural history of homosexuality, sure. How it was basically forced to be underground until this very century it took for legalization and reparations towards allowing them to marry or exist without persecution and even gain
Ah yes, all those dead people still robbing homosexuals of things like getting together. Oh wait, some are still alive. Some of them are in power even. Oh wait, some of them are currently using the LGBTQiA+ community as something to support to claim virtue of some kind.
Maybe, just maybe, we should stop trying to give abusive people the power to segregate people. In fact, even better, maybe we should limit segregation to those whom actually bring verifiable physical harm to someone else (rapists, murderers, etc). Because apparently in all this confusion of what is a preference, biological imperative, orientation, and all those words that seem to get muddled and have different meanings to different people, it's getting really hard to make any decisions as a society and we end up giving this power to such abusive people to make up our minds for us. But i guess the only thing we learned from the suffering of homosexuals and bisexuals around the world was vengence, right, and do we even care who that vengence is pointed at? Same thing with alot of similar political issues. No, see, everyone just wants their turn in the spot light, not to actually solve the issues.
However, I'm not going to bother fighting this fight for anyone else who isn't willing to fight this fight for me, too. I'm sick of watching people sacrifice their time, their reputation, their livelihood, their friends, their family, and sometimes even their lives, over something that'll never be appreciated anyway, and only to get villified later by the people they fought to protect. I don't plan on joining these people.