You are making the same mistake as the other poster.
There is no set of policies that very far right party follows in relation to those points you just make.
There are many right wing gay people. Being gay doesn't mean you are automatically on the left. Remember Milo Yiannopoulos? If you don't know about him google him but he is a vile gay far right commentator who has been banned many times from entering certain countries when invited to speak at far fight rallies because he incites hatred.
Also the idea that the far right people are religious people and christian is also a myth. There are many far right commentators who have never expressed any position on religion or god.
I'm not going to get into a zionism discussion but to say that a lot of UK based far right groups have also never been interested in talking about such things.
Far right groups are more interested in anti immigration and spreading nonsense in relation to the likes of The Great Replacement Theory that bothering what happens in relation to Zionism and Israel.
She has direct links to extreme far right groups in europe who believe in the enforced deportation of non whites from Europe and in particular Muslims spreading fear that Muslims are rapists, pedophiles and are planning a take over of white societies.
She also has invited a well known Swedish Holocaust denier to her party conference including the far right commentator Katie Hopkins. Still convinced she and her party are not far right?
That for me was the last straw. I have connections to people who were affected by the holocaust and to support a party that endorses holocaust deniers and invites them to speak at their party conference is not forgivable or excusable.
If you want to learn more about her links and how she moved from being known as a labour party feminist activist to a far right campaigner with extreme far right links try this:
How did ex-Labour activist and feminist Anne Marie Waters become a high-profile anti-Muslim activist leading a far-right party?