In most places sodomy is illegal, whoever homosexuals engage in it with. The way government enforces the law is usually by fines and imprisonment.
The state of state sodomy laws. Curiously, apparently they are largely used in divorce cases. Otherwise, surprise not, they appear to be effectively a dead letter.
From a practical standpoint, government ignores the laws because they are unenforceable unless they're taping the bedroom activities of citizens or someone is stupid enough to do it in public. So not only is this an abuse of power, it is a violation of a basic human right.
I would hazard a guess that most people on this thread have been enthusiastic participants in many an act of sodomy during the course of their lives.
There are no sexual acts that homosexuals can participate in, that I can't enjoy with my wife, every single time we enjoy sex with one another. Not that we do, but it is possible.
I would be willing to bet quite a bit of cash, that few of us in here would willingly renounce the joys of sodomy in our heterosexual relationship. Not only that, but I would bet the house that if the Federal government passed laws which regulated the sexual conduct of married, heterosexual partners, the uprising that would ensue would dwarf the American Revolution.
Realizing that, I find myself in the weird position of defending the rights of adults of any sexual "orientation" to do whatever they wish to do, consensually that is, and restricted to members of the same species (unless someone can unequivocally identify what sheepish for "I don't mind at all" sounds like), behind closed doors. I do so in order to protect my own rights.
You cannot make the participation in an activity (whatever that activity may be) illegal for "certain people" and not for all people. To do so would violate discrimination laws.
But hey! What the hell do I know?