Depravity may lie in two extremes
So I’ve seen two views or extremes amongst Torah observant Jews and “noahides” or “ger,” those claiming to follow the seven laws that I believe lead to immorality. Before I share that, please check out this video.
Now, the two views that I believe will lead to immorality are as follows.
The first view is that if something isn’t distinctly mentioned as prohibited in the seven laws, then it is totally fine in the eyes of God.
In the light of this video (and in addition, the fact that Sodom and Gammorah was destroyed because of something not mentioned in the seven laws), it needs to be seen that such is not the case, that there are subjects outside of the seven laws that can be seen to be rationally wrong when guided by rational laws in the Jewish Torah.
The other view is that if the law of the government should only be judged based on that law, not the seven laws or general morality. So if the politicians draft a law that states that the police can lie in court and get away scot-free, or they can kidnap (“arrest”) a man for all the wrong reasons and no repercussions arise, then that act is to be judged by the law of the politicians, not by the seven laws or general morality.
This is an absolute interpretation of the Jewish principle (not seven law principle, or general moral principle) of “the law of the State is law.” Or it can come from the morally reprehensible view that Gentiles are meant to obey the laws of the government that claims “ownership” of them.
In this view, the fact that there is a law that imposes fines or imprisonment on any person that doesn’t refer to a “transgender” person by their preferred pronoun is totally acceptable. Such a law will also brand unwilling parents of a child which believes itself to be “transgender” or wants to dress in drag as “child abusers,” which may lead to that child being taken by govt agents. But because “the law of the State is law,” the individual just has to take it, to submit to it.
In this view, the individual is, in effect, owned by the State, the government, the politicians. Whatever the State says must be done as if the individual is a slave to the government.
Both immature and horrendous views end up in depravity, saying ok to some disgusting acts simply because of an stupid view of the role of the seven laws or because of an idolatrous or totalitarian view of government.