With all due respect, one has to be extremely intellectually dishonest to not see these things would be going against His standards. Commandment and laws are not very subjective like the apocalyptic texts are... If laws were subjective and allowed for different interpretations there would be basically a form of anarchy. Ancient Israel understood pretty clearly this particular sin. Any person going in reading the text like any other literature would see it. Sure, one can interpret it in a form of eisegesis (forcing into the text what it does not say), or they can interpret through exegesis (allowing the text to speak for within its own context).
The main issue I see in most problems is in that interpretation. As the commandments were handed down from God to man, those are very difficult to dispute. Whereas the bible, which was written by man in God's words, is a tad more prone to being wrenched into all sorts of interesting shapes and sayings. Although in general, I don't believe there is a commandment that states "Ye shall not date cute boys." The issue I have is not with the commandments and laws, it's with the interpretation that many use to justify a myriad of actions.