Sadly, Eastern Orthodox is even more homophobic than Catholicism. The Russian Orthodox church has been at the forefront of the laws in Russia used as an excuse to jail gay people (for promulgating homosexuality, even though, ostensibly, it's not against the law to be homosexual). And the other Orthodox groups (Serbian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Greek) are almost all equally homophobic.
There are theological aspects to Orthodoxy that appeal to me - for instance, they don't believe in the concept of original sin as it is taught in both Catholicism and in Protestant sects. In other words, in the west, Christians have traditionally been taught that all human beings are born with original sin and inherently sinful, and thus need Christ's intercession to forgive that sin before we can be saved. This was a concept of Augustine, (400 AD), whose theology had much more influence on the western branch of Christianity than on the eastern. The orthodox believe that there was an original sin (Adam and Eve's sin), which they call "ancestral sin" , but that the result of that was that we all die. Otherwise, they teach that we don't share in the guilt of that sin. I'm not religious, but was raised Catholic, and the concept of original sin always bothered me.
The music is beautiful, but the services are long (some might call them interminable) - as in approaching 3 hours long. Also, in Orthodoxy, well over half of the year is made of up of fast days. (Every Wednesday and Friday, Lent, Advent, (both 40+ days), Apostles' fast, Dormition fast, ), so the meat lovers on DL might have some trouble with that aspect. (Might be good for those ever expanding waistlines). That's why so much food of Eastern and southern Europe uses mushrooms, eggplant, hummus, falafel (chick peas), fava beans, cheese fish etc, They are meat substitutes for all of those fast days.