Attitudes against LGBT are deeply entrenched in Islamic values and tradition. There's no doubt that a society so averse to homosexuality would display crude and ignorant arguments or slogans against any lifestyle choice or sexuality that doesn't conform with their traditional heteronormativity.
In spite of that, throughout history, many Islamic scholars have struggled with contemplating the legal matters of homosexuality. There's practically unanimous agreement over the many centuries as to the illegality of homosexual sexual intimacy, but around what exactly constitutes gay sex, what's the punishment for being caught, punishment for proclaiming LGBT pride, there's clear conflict between scholars and between lawmakers as to how to manage the situation. 20 of around 60 largely Muslim countries haven't outlawed same-sex intercourse.
Homo-eroticism has also seen its day in Islamic history, particularly during the Ottoman period. Accounts among the ruling elite have been well-documented. To this day, there's a subset culture in Afghanistan and northern Pakistan which heralds captured boys and young men as dancers and sexual slaves (bacha bazi). Incidents of such have horrified U.S. forces, who're instructed by their superiors to simply tolerate, since the Afghan forces are their allies.
Part of the reason I never want to visit Pakistan ever, since there's many documented cases of young fair-skinned men being captured in places as south as Karachi and trafficked up north.