I agree wholeheartedly, but, short of extenuating circumstances where someone is abusing another or taking away their choices in some way, it’s not a case of the sinner, the Savior, and any other sanctified busybody who believes they have the right to step into and meddle or pressure or shame the sinner into submission to the busybody’s own perception of how things ought to be.
An LBTQ+ Christian does not need to hear the clobber passages quoted at him or her, for instance. They know those passages better than you or I do. That needs to be solely between themselves and the Savior, through the ministries of the Holy Spirit. And indeed, the HS may well be leading them to a totally different take on those passages at this particular time in their life.
Truth is, you and I simply do not know. What we do know is what our study of Scripture, experience, walk with God has taught us. We cannot possibly know the paths God is leading another person down in their quest for truth, but if we believe it must be a carbon copy of our own path then we’re engaging in idolatry.