I'm just going to answer this because I'm going to bed and am not going to wait for your answer.
For the most part, as there are always exceptions, homosexuals do not exhibit "hate" and intolerance for Christianity.It's really the other way around. Many of them have spent their entire lives yearning for a personal relationship with Christ as well as being accepting by the church they grew up in but as who they are, not who those in the church have determined they should be, because there are many interpretations to God's scripture.
It's really a pet peeve of mind to continue seeing Christians pull the "hate" and "intolerance" card in defense of themselves.
It's the essential reverse psychological mindfruck and it's ridiculous.
Many Christians want to claim that THEY are the ones being persecuted and hated for their beliefs and traditions, but when their beliefs essentially single out groups of people and condemn them or their lifestyle it really isn't surprising that they are going to get some return backlash from those groups.
It's like me going on talk radio and saying I hate all Bikers because I interpreted in my Bible that it's God's will to hate bikers and not expecting bikers to give me a piece of their mind.
The reality is that some of the Christians in today's society have completely used the church and the religion to justify hatred and intolerance and when they're called out on it, they play victim.
You decry Christianity and then demand that the group accepts you unconditionally. You and those like you are what is destroying this country and everything that it stood for