I'm totally playing devil's advocate here....but you're being very hypocritical. The same is thought about religious people.
That being said, I'm gay. I strongly believe that we should voice our concerns when our rights are being trampled on and I have on several occasions verbally attacked many of the bigots on this site. But to be completely fair (and believe me this isn't easy to admit given my thoughts on a lot of current issues regarding gays and marriage), what you're saying can easily be applied to how the religious folk are treated.
Lol I feel like a pod person right now...
The difference, of course, being gay people don't live by a dogma which compels them to behave in a certain way. Religion, from my perspective, seems to be entirely setup to encourage a hivemind mentality.The opposition to gay marriage, and indeed, homosexual in general is overwhelmingly fueled by religious dogma or scriptual teachings.
If you criticse religion, you aren't necessarily criticising all the religious folk. If you criticise religious people with hateful and bigoted views, you're not criticsing the ones without those views.