My religious life has allowed me to accept my sexuality as being something that brings joy to my life. Being Pagan I have been given back the joy of my body that I allowed an incorrect assumption of what God wanted for me to rob me of. Now I am not blaming any religion for this happenstance, it was my own faulty interpretation of the religion of my parents that led me to be so incredibly unhappy. After many years of study and inner spiritual work I have come to peace with my sexuality. It has allowed me to accept my life partners and their sexual appetites as being completely normal and I am closer to the Gods than I ever have been which has made me stretch and grow as a human being. It has made me more tolerant of other people's choices and able to look past the things that stopped me from seeing others as being beloved of God, just as I am.
Might sound odd but then again this is one of those issues that is very hard to put into words. Yes most assuredly my spiritual life has informed and continues to inform my sexuality.
I can see the argument that sexuality and spirituality shouldn't be either exclusive or inclusive. One can be atheist and sexual, one can also be spiritual and asexual...we are such wonderfully adaptable creatures!