But.....I would not rent a room to them if I was a hotelier or B & B owner.
Why? Because I would not wish for homosexual acts to take place within my own home.
The Berkshire B & B owners who politely refused to allow two homosexuals to share a bedroom have now been fined £3500, as the judge said: "To make up for the hurt feelings" of the homosexual couple.
The homosexuals concerned, in a radio interview claimed that, to discriminate as the Berkshire couple did, was the same as racial prejudice or religious sectarianism.
Discrimination against people because of their skin colour or faith is wrong, they do not commit any unnatural act or undertaken any course of unnatural action whereas, homosexuals do.
The answer, if you are in the accommodation business, is to look for a legitimate cause that complies with the law of the land.
I am minded of an occasion a few years ago when a jobsworth in grey suit approached local fishermen in a seaside village in Pembrokeshire and instructed them to call a halt to selling mackerel off their boats at the quayside as it was against EU legislation and would attract a heavy fine.
Pembrokeshire fisherfolk, ever resourceful, immediately began selling old newspapers at the quayside complete with free fish!
Perhaps Christian hoteliers should begin banning sodomites because they are wearing dirty shoes or shirts of a nasty colour.