The Christian life has always been abut preaching the Gospel to sinners and not a ministry of hate towards sinners. Luke 24:47 says, "And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem." The mission of the Christian has never been about massacring homosexuals but to preach to them the Gospel. I remembered the time I pretty got mad and said that those annoying homosexuals should be massacred. I wanted to really kill them all because many of them are very annoying people. I even wanted fire and brimstone to fall over their societies and say, "God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah." What I ignored is that before God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, He gave them space to repent and when He had enough, He had enough. Although He is a God who hates sin but He loves the sinner enough to give them time to repent. If they refuse to repent of their sins and accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, He then does His duty as a holy and righteous judge to send them to Hell. He takes no pleasure in doing His duty to punish the wicked but for sinners to come to repentance (Ezekiel 18:23, 33:11).
The real struggle of the Christian is not about flesh and blood but against the demonic forces of the world (Ephesians 6:10-20). Homosexuals are no different than any other person who is lost in their sinfulness. Romans 3:10-19 says that everyone is guilty before God. Massacring homosexuals will not stop homosexuality because the demons influencing the lost sinner do not die with the deceased sinner. Instead, the demons will always look for another unsaved to victimize. The whole problem behind calling people to have a bloodbath of homosexuals is really no better than what the Muslim governments are doing. It is very easy to criticize militant Muslims of their misdeeds but to order the massacre of homosexuals makes one no better. Christians are called to preach against homosexuality and every other sins not out of spite but not of love for the lost sinner. You can always tell the truth without love but you can never love without telling the truth.