I read the Bible and believe that the “iniquity of Sodom” as given in Ezekiel 16:—suggests a condition of the heart that became a behavior.Remember when King David stayed behind —that was not a sin -but the right of the King.When he looked upon Bathsheba as she was bathing on the rooftop nearby.Neither she nor the King could be said to have sinned,except one must ask if she knew the King had stayed behind, and if bathing on the roof was common for her -or others. And one must ask if King David stayed behind because he had heard she might be bathing on the roof. If it were all chance and nothing proceeded from it I could not consider such sin.But it appears King David chose to dwell on that pornographic image.He lusted after her. He imagined what might be.He invited her in ,as was a Kings right. and the condition of their heart led to unlawful behavior even murder. All this to say I believe the Bible does suggest an
orientation is still sin. For orientation is a way of looking at a given object. and the Believer is to keep his eyes upon God.