While I appreciate that Camille Paglia expressed disdain about how liberals attempt to violate the free speech rights of those who have biblical objections to homosexuality, even she expressed an idea that needs to be challenged.
She said that "people have the right to be homophobic as they have the right to support homosexuality" So, apparently Paglia has bought into the idea that, if you don't support the gay lifestyle, then that automatically means that you are homophobic.
What does that word mean exactly? I looked up the definition and found:
1. "irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals" (merriam-webster.com)
2. "Fear of or contempt for lesbians or gay men" (thefreedictionary)
3, "prejudiced against homosexual people" (worldnetweb.princton.edu)
Those who hold to the belief that the Bible condemns any sex outside of marriage (whether hetero- or homo- sexual) don't typically have a fear of, contempt for, or prejudices against homosexuals anymore than they would against those guilty of any other sin. It's just that they believe that lifestyle violates God's law of sexuality which is: only one man and one woman within the bonds of matrimony.
To label everyone who objects to homosexuality for any reason as a homophobe is a bit disingenuous but use of that term by gay supporters seems to have become mandatory. It is such a highly overused word that it really should be on the yearly overused-words-to-drop lists.
So, no, not everyone who objects to homosexuality is a homophobe.