Jesus did not experience temptation in a superficial way. Satan knew that Jesus had an important ministry, and therefore, the temptations he faced had to do with His ministry. The proof is in the fact that these particular temptations later arise when Jesus feeds the 5000, and when Peter forbids the Lord from doing the will of the Father.
Often those who do not ascribe to the sexual anthropology of the LGBT get labelled as "hateful" or phobic. The Church's position is that its actually the other way around. A love for our body is essential, whereby we are capable of psychologically internalizing our body in its design and configuration. If we act contrary to that configuration, than a type of resentment and spite towards our identity has taken place. So the Church is fighting to love our objective identity, while the LGBT is fighting to love their subjective preference of their identity.
We tend to think that love is something we all appreciate. But the reality is, when Love speaks, we want to Crucify Him, push Him off a cliff, and fall into an envious rage. Objective Love, that is, "True Love" requires sacrifice, and because of this, its demands are often resented. What people prize is not so much love, but the comfort of affection - which is not the same as love.
Is God proud of both what we are (nature) and who we are (our moral character)? At the end of our life, will God say the same thing He said to His only Beloved Son?