Such is demonstrated in 1 Corinthians 6: But what is condemned in these passages is the violence, idolatry and exploitation related to the behavior, not the same-gender nature of the behavior. We no longer accept the inferiority of women and superiority of men. Sexual intimacy is not a right. Certainly most of us would like to rewrite the scriptures to make life easier. There are no exceptions, including those artificially produced. A growing number of religious groups have issued statements officially welcoming LGBTQ people as members.
I believe this to be true not only because of the Bible's emphasis on the goodness of God's creation and the supreme value of love, but because of the greater understanding of human nature that we have available to us today.
The first chapter of the Jewish and Christian scriptures tells us that humanity is uniquely created to show forth the image of God in the world — to make visible the invisible. But neither does it deny it. A biblical sexual ethic does not, indeed cannot, change with the times.
Many are indeed same-sex attracted, but live obediently within a Christian sexual ethic.