Bear with me here. Our modern concept of Hell has nothing to do with the Bible. We have a 14th century epic poem named “Inferno” by Dante Alighieri to thank for that.
The Biblical words often translated as “Hell” are “Hades” and “Sheol”. These simply meant the domain of the dead in Greek and Hebrew respectively. It was where both good and bad people were thought to go when they died. What about the name, “Gehenna”? That was the name of the Jerusalem city dump. Clearly, Jesus was using it metaphorically.
Jennifer knew what lesbian meant, and she knew she probably was one. But she couldn't understand why God would hold that against her or against Monica Mathers, who'd never started a war or killed anybody, and whose deadeye three-pointers were straight-up amazing. After all, hadn't God made both of them? But people were like that, she'd noticed. They'd invoke Godly privilege at the weirdest of times and for the most stupid reasons.