The context of the Holiness Code and the parts of Levitical law often used against gays is the false worship of pagan gods. The biblical cultural doctrinal historical linguistic literary and religious context in the Bible is NEVER gays and lesbians. The context is always about cult prostitutes, shrine prostitutes and temple prostitutes and using sex to worship false gods. Idolatry and idol worship are always linked to the sexual worship of false gods.
According to Acts 21:20-25, Jews did try to keep the law, v. 20 but Gentiles did not have to keep the law, v. 25. The Bible links the pagan practices of false religions with the prohibitions of the Holiness Code. These pagan practices included using sex to worship the fertility goddess. That is what God and Moses intended to prohibit in Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13.
Neither God nor Moses was prohibiting two men or two women who love each other from partnering in committed, faithful, non-cultic relationship. That was not and is not the context of Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13 and therefore is not what those verses address.
Scripture cannot mean now what it did not mean then.