When we bring up God's holy ban on eating shellfish or His loving command to kill your daughter if she isn't a virgin on her wedding night—passages in the Bible that Christians ignore—we're told that those passages are in the Old Testament, silly, so they neither apply nor matter to Christians because Jesus. But they can't resist one particular Old Testament passage:
Portland, Tennessee, has billboards for dentists and doctors but one involving religious doctrine is getting a controversial reaction. The billboard has a passage from Leviticus 18:22 that says, "You shall not lie with a man as with a woman it is an abomination." That billboard at the corner of Highway 52 and Jackson road was purchased by a group calling itself concerned Christians.... Elna Harman sees the billboard as entirely a good thing because it publicizes the Bible. "It's a love for people," said Harman.
Leviticus 18:22 goes on to say that men who lie with men as with women should be put to death. (Can't you just feel the love for people, people?) But if someone else were to put up a billboard in Portland proclaiming that all women who aren't virgins on their wedding nights should be stoned to death (Deuteronomy 22:20-21)—or that adulterers like Mark Sanford and David Vitter must be put to death (Leviticus 10:10) or that women should be forced to marry their rapists (Deuteronomy 22:28-29)—good Christians like Ms. Harman would cluck their tongues and insist that those folks were being silly and unfair because all that stuff is in the Old Testament and Christians are all about following Jesus and His shiny New Testament.
Anyway, I've ranted about this before. Basically: It's fair game for them to use the Old Testament to beat up queers, but it's not fair for queers to use that same Old Testament to highlight their hypocrisy.