First of all, what is "hell?" For most religions, hell is a place of eternal torment and damnation. In other words, endless horrible suffering. This is what is taught to us by some religious leaders that have their own interpretations of their holy books.
Now, let's think logically about this. Would you condemn your greatest enemy (if you have any) to eternal pain and suffering? Most likely not. Why? Because we are creatures of compassion in the end. Sure, we get angry, and sometimes want revenge, but never would we be capable of maintaining continous suffering on someone on purpose. In time, we would feel sorry for such a person and stop the torment. Now, do you think a being that is far more superior and loving would do this, if we lowly humans can't do it?
Now going back to religion. With the Bible, there are interpretations of hell, but confused interpretation. Look at Revelations. There is scripture that mentions that Hell and Death will be cast into the Lake of Fire. What would that mean? Also, with the stories of people dying and being resurrected (as in the case of Lazarus), no one has mentioned that they saw heaven or hell during the time of death. Then there are the sermons of Jesus who mentioned how "fire" is used for total destruction.
Hell, comes from an old German word "heolle." This comes from the story that Jesus mentioned of "Gehenna." Gehenna was a walled city that kept fires going outside one wall to burn garbage and dead criminals. Coals were thrown in to maintain the fires. You see, fire is the ultimate destroyer of anything physical. Apply this to what I mention earlier and you might see that Death is a state of non-existence.....no memories, no feelings.....nothing. Kind of like a deep sleep. If this is true, then the only hope is the resurrection to bring us back, which is mentioned in Revelations. Those that are not resurrected are gone forever. This is hell, or the grave.
Now, the Bible condemns homosexuality. If you're a believer in the Bible, than you have a problem. If you're really trying to change (like a drug user trying to stop drugs) but stumble, and feel guilty, pray, and keep struggling, then you may still have a chance for forgiveness. Your best bet is to keep from getting into these situations that cause you to slip, along with prayer to help guide you. This should help if you're serious on trying to stop.
God be with you if you're trying to change. With His help, you can succeed, but you have to want it.