I'm reminded of Ulysses S. Grant. Shortly after assuming command of the Army of the Potomac, he was surrounded by jittery officers who worried endlessly about what Robert E. Lee was going to do. Eventually Grant snapped at them, "Stop worrying about what Bobby Lee is going to do and start making him worry about what you are going to do to him!"
To continue the martial metaphors, generals always start a new war by refighting the old war. Conservative opinion makers and politicians, and our own Catholic bishops, have resisted the lavender mafia through appeals to religious liberty. What they have failed to understand is that 1) the opposition doesn't care about it, and 2) they allow the opposition to reframe it in terms of, "You just want the freedom to discriminate!" Once our opponents throw out the dreaded "D" word, it plays out by the numbers: frantic back-pedaling and assurances that of course they offer a pinch of incense to the idols of diversity and multiculturalism, and it's you liberals who are the real intolerant ones (I can easily imagine the italic part coming out of Sean Hannity's mouth.)
If the world hate you, know ye, that it hath hated me before you. If you had been of the world, the world would love its own: but because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you. Remember my word that I said to you: The servant is not greater than his master. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you: if they have kept my word, they will keep yours also. - John 15:18-20.Focusing on the religious liberty angle to the exclusion of all else is a mistake. Instead, tell the world that sodomy is an abomination against the laws of God and nature and that you will not cooperate with evil. What is it our leaders are afraid of? That the world will hate us? It always has and always will. Are you afraid that people will ask you uncomfortable questions at your expensive fundraising cocktail parties? Are you afraid strangers on the internet are going to say mean things about you? Are you afraid of bloody persecution down the road? The Romans couldn't do it, the French Revolutionaries couldn't do it, the Nazis couldn't do it, and the communists couldn't do it. Frankly, the social justice crowd doesn't have the balls to go that route. Even if they some day decide that they have to break a few right-wing eggs to make their tolerant and diverse omelette, are you afraid of the coalition of the fringes?
Right now they target people through social media campaigns that ruin their livelihoods. That is something to worry about to be sure, particularly if you have young children to take care of. Remember this though: if there's a realistic chance that you will be fired for criticizing or failing to give approbation to the homo taliban, then you've already lost your job. If you feel strongly about it, it will come out eventually.
And what's the best response when they learn that you're a crimethinker? Laugh in their faces. Dare them to do something about it. Do not quit your job, no matter how unpleasant they make it for you. Make the bastards fire you and then tell people your story. What SJW's fail to realize is that religious liberty wasn't created to protect us, but to protect them. Christianity in the United States is riven with heresy, dissent, and immorality but enough people retain enough cultural memory of it that they'll eventually be pushed too far. Stop worrying about what the Godless heathens are going to do next and start making them worry about us.