Oh yes, they do.
For example, we just need to read the book of Leviticus and take a look at the must-dos and don'ts for wholesome Christian living.
Men are told not to cut their facial hair or hair on the sides of their noggins.
Christians are told not to wear clothes of mixed fabrics, nor harvest the edge of crops.
Yet how many clean-cut Christians do we see walking down the road wearing polyester/cotton mix clothes and not giving a stuff about where the wheat in their bagel came from?
But lo and behold, we come to the section in Leviticus where it is an abomination for a man to "lie" with another man.
Every Christian denomination makes no bones about that "disgusting, unnatural practice", don't they? And they make sure that the rule is enforced and well publicised.
So, why do Christians hypocritically cherry-pick that one rule in particular?