Yes I don't want to be labeled a homophobe by having an opinion that doesn't endorse LGBT.
No LGBT activist is going to make me endorse their degeneracy.
Nope. I don't endorse degeneracy.
I don't condemn it, but I don't endorse it either.
This clashes with our freedom of religion.
Okay, first of all, I don't believe that it clashes with someone's freedom of religion, just like somebody has mentioned before. I don't believe your freedom of religion should interfere with other people's freedom. That being said, I chose "no", because LGBT advocates shouldn't force people to endorse their lifestyle and the initial question implied a certain amount of enforcement.
Though I support gay marriage (but the Supreme Court decision was wrong, and it should have been left to the states), forcing others to approve of your lifestyle is never a good thing. How would you like it if I forced you to start living the way I live? People are entitled to their own opinions and ways of life and forcing one or another lifestyle or set of beliefs on disagreeing people is rude and ignorant, and shouldn't be practiced in the gay community.
The thing is, LGBT people and supporters normally don't have the intention of making others supporters or apart of the community. On the other hand, homophobes are interested in making other people homophobic which I don't agree with. Therefore, I don't agree with forcing someone else to support something they don't agree with. This doesn't clash with your freedom of religion though. That just means that the government can't arrest you for what you believe in, it doesn't mean that others can't bash on your beliefs or say that you're wrong and try to change your mind.