As I’d tell you with any question about where someone is going, only Allah knows. I find that it’s much easier for Muslims to somehow divide Gay Muslims from “mainstream” Islam. I heard someone once call them their own sect, a deviant version of Islam or a subculture within Islam when in reality, their sexuality is not what defines their ..I guess social or religious.. standing within the religion. Whether you agree with homosexuality or not, you have to recognize the fact that Gay Muslims exist and they adhere to the same laws/rules/guidelines as the rest of us - they also choose to identify as Sunni, Shi’a, Sufi..etc..they aren’t their own sect. They also aren’t as much of a minority as people would like to think, although I’m sure it’d seem that way since most of them are too afraid for their lives to ever admit that they are Gay. That’s something I’d like to see change and I’ll probably lose followers for saying this but it’s my truth- no one should fear for their life because of who they are attracted to. Islam isn’t a harsh religion that applauds those that take the lives of others because of their differences. This goes for Sunni/Shi’a fighting and “honor” killings too. Muslims need to get their act together and stop murdering in the name of Islam. We also need to start calling it what it is (prejudice, hate crimes, crimes of passion, racism, homophobia..) and stop cloaking all this hate with a religion that is perfect.