Yes. We do not discriminate on any irrelevant grounds.
Some Freemason orders may feel that their traditions warrant such discrimination, but ours feels that such discrimination is counter productive in our search for truth and self-improvement.
Without entering in the debate of knowing if sexual orientation is the result of a nature or of a choice, or a combination of both, we can serenely claim that it does not matter.
We only care about what someone does to become a better person, and sexuality in itself does not predetermine the ability to be a good person.