The only evidence available that Trump isn’t “anti-gay” is what Trump himself has said, and it’s clear that Trump rarely means–or even seems to understand–what he says or its implications.
What’s more disturbing, although not surprising, is the willingness of the Log Cabin Republicans to rationalize Trump’s choices so far:
Gregory Angelo, president of Log Cabin Republicans — a leading group of conservatives fighting for LGBT inclusion in the Republican party — expressed concerns about some of the anti-LGBT voices entering the administration, but argued that Trump is attempting to unify warring Republican factions.
For this argument to hold any water, Trump would have to (a) have a plan of any kind and (b) give a shit about unifying anyone about anything. If there’s a guiding hand here, it’s not one of Trump’s tiny pair.