Thanks for writing a courageous article stating why you're an ally. You have helped advance the cause simply by releasing the topic from the deep closet it is in at your college.
I grew up in an age when the kinds of insults you quoted were commonplace. They hurt then, and they still hurt years later. You see, it's the hurt that all this does that is so debilitating. If students can get to the point where they don't have to hurt someone else to prove that they aren't gay themselves, schools like yours will have made great strides toward showing all God's children the respect they deserve.
It seems to me that Jesus was always reaching out to people at the margins of the society he lived in. One author I read recently said that when Jesus called someone into healing from sin or from physical ailment, his first concern was to restore them to right relationship with their community and with their heavenly Father. Who are we to fight such an example? If we trust in God's power to heal broken lives -- and I don't think being gay means one's life is broken, but many Christians do -- who are we to stand in the way in false judgment? Ooops, I lapsed into sermon mode. Sorry.
When you can transform the war and violence in yourself, then you can truly begin to help others find peace. Thich Nhat Hanh