Exactly. I'm all for returning the function of ameliorating society's ills to a mostly-charity basis. And in that case, society would not tolerate anti-social behavior because it would overwhelm the charitable structure of society and thus burden charitable organziations with costs from perfectly preventable ailments, like the ones arising from homosexual sodomy.
Also, any society that was moral enough to sustain a robust private-charity-type welfare state would be based on Christian morality. And thus would not tolerate homosexuality.
It puts the choice back where it belongs, to the individual that decides where his labors and treasures go. He may have the physical treasure, but he's not going to squander it on some things. He also maintains his right to say what he thinks. A right the SCOTUS jeopardized today, by saying the law demeans their behavior.