~Queen Latifah, officiant of the Grammys' marriage and same-union stunt
The problem with her view and that of the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (who performed their "Same Love" song at the Grammys), is that these things do matter. The sentiment of being "committed" doesn't matter. That's not the issue.God has already spoken on this issue: marriage is between one man and one woman for life; homosexuality is condemned in all ages and is worthy of His wrath in Hell.
The minority in our society are demanding we not only tolerate, but celebrate and treat as normal that which is not normal, not right, unholy, unnatural, and perverted.
Let's be clear. Homosexuality isn't true love. It's not pure, holy, nor self-sacrificing. It's an unnatural lust, self-centered, all-consuming unnatural passion and rebellion. It has nothing to do with true love.
Everyone knows that homosexuality is wrong (form and function is the most basic indicator), they are just afraid of admitting the truth because of either family relationships or being bullied and called "unloving" and "judgmental". It doesn't change the truth though. (Even consider that the theory of evolution's founding principle "survival of the fittest" dictates the demise of homosexuals since they would die out within one generation because they cannot by nature pro-create as they rebel against God's creation order of male and female.)
Better to proclaim the truth of God's Word to a lost and dying world which is loving (loving God and His Word above all else and then to love the souls of men), and be called "judgmental" (by those claiming to be so tolerant!) than to have to stand before the HOLY HOLY HOLY God who is Creator and Judge of all things, and explain why we didn't tell them the truth and instead tolerated, excused, or otherwise tried to justify on some level, that which He does not.
We don't send anyone to Hell; people earn their way there all by themselves.
The good news is that there is a way out of homosexuality's (and all sin's) enslavement and God's wrath: through faith in the person and work of the biblical Lord Jesus Christ who has saved countless sinners through the ages, although we are all unworthy of such great mercy and grace: