If you want my honest opinion, I would tell you that despite what you may see on Orthodox internet forums, the vast majority of the Orthodox Church is much more liberal (small-L) and accepting of homosexuality than you may think. There are LGBT folks who attend my parish and most real-life Orthodox people seem just as upset over the small but vocal strain of homophobic bigotry coming from Evangelical converts as you and I are. I would be open with my homosexuality if I were you. You may be surprised at how well your parish will take it. Internet Orthodoxy is much more unpleasant and uncommon than real life Orthodoxy.
Perhaps but that does not equate to them desiring to change the definition of marriage as far as the Orthodox Church is concerned or perform gay wedding ceremonies.
Also, news flash: Opposition to same sex marriage is not bigotry. I know that's how you feel, but feelings are not facts. Besides, I realize that the only way for you to feel superior in your "arguments" is to liberally label your opponents with terms such as bigot, homophobe, etc. That way you don't have to actually engage on the issue itself, but bring it to an abrupt halt with a smug sense of moral superiority and smug self-righteousness.
BTW, how would you know anything about real life Orthodoxy? You spend all your time here.