I have written a couple of articles on Spectrum in support of the LGBT community, although I am not an LGBT person myself. I have had several very hostile encounters with fellow Adventists because of the positions I wrote about. I have worn their, sometimes, scathing remarks with a badge of honor.
Adventists have a long way to go with respect to judging others. Our exclusivity, by denial of this community worshiping with us in just as vial as that of the Jews toward the Gentiles in Jesus life hear on earth.
I know of a family in my own church who’s adult members have physically and emotionally abuse one of their own children because the child had attempted to “come out” to them. This scourge of sexual bigotry is responsible for many lives being taken at the individuals own hand. If anyone of us is responsible for evoking that response in an individual, I can’t imagine how that isn’t a form of murder.
God loves these people just as much as he loves you and me. If a simple acknowledgment of a thief on the cross next to Jesus was enough for Jesus to offer him eternal life, I can’t imagine why you would think that Jesus would not have the same compassion for a person who was, absolutely, born with a different orientation than you and I.