Quotes like this solidify the disapproval of sexually unrestrained ideologies:
"...we who are christian are heirs to a body-despising, woman-fearing, sexually repressive religious tradition. If we are to continue as members of the church, we must challenge and transform it at the root. What is required is more than simply a 'reformation.' I am speaking of revolutionary transformation. Nothing less will do." ~Carter Heyward, Touching Our Strength:The Erotic As Power and the Love of God p. 47.
The New Testament writers speak volumes against living a life defined by eroticism. The vast majority of Christians read the Bible without "reading into it" things that are not there.
As a Christian and a married man, I do not despise my body, my wife's body nor fear women. Never have never will. The Bible is a very erotic book as evidenced by the women in the Bible mentioned over and over again as "exceedlingly beautiful." Sarah, Bathsheba, being so good looking men would literally kill for them. Until the LGBTQ community and culture stops presenting their views as those of pure sexuality the message will be what most fear. An overhauling of decency and sensibilty to unleash "Erotic as a Power."
(It's my opinion, I welcome input)