Makes sense to me.
But I allowed myself to get into the Christianity sidetrack here becuase there is a valid point to be made. Specifically, that this issue IS in the 99.99% and not in the .01% as some would claim.
Let's be frank here, I have listened to two "Christian" ministers give strong arguments that the Bible is silent on Homosexuality. I'll bet that is in Lewis' 99.9% as well.
I believe this issue as well as the "evolution compatibility with Christianity issue" is, as Lewis said, "those parts" (the 99.99%)
One must make similar logical leaps in both arguments to support the counter viewpoint.
I view this as a distraction; you do not. Opinions differ; that's why there are horse races.
I would highly recommend Lewis's book.
Me, being raised Jewish, always accepted the mose common Jewish answer on this debate.