Yet Milo is correct. Being gay is very much anathema to mainstream Islam.
It's also very much anathema to mainstream Christianity, or did I miss the part where the Catholic Church, the various Orthodox Churches, the Southern Baptists, etc. suddenly embraced the gays?
One more thing that makes Islam incompatible with free society, the West and the concept of individual liberty.
Fundamentalist Christianity is also very much incompatible with a modern, free society. Railing against gays, women, transgender people, etc. and attempting to do everything in your power to pass laws that hurt them is not compatible with a free society.
That's not the fringe. So be offended by Milo all you like, but he's fundamentally absolutely correct. And gay people need to wake up to this reality. It's not the cake-bakers that are trying to behead, stone or throw gays off a bridge. They may disagree with the lifestyle, but they're not going to murder you for it.
First of all, like the Black people who's lives you think are so worthless they should be removed from the official US homicide count, I'm my own person, with my own free will, and can think for myself. I don't need you telling me to which reality I need to wake up. Patronizing me won't make me suddenly see the light.
I don't live in a Muslim country, I live in one where people are allowed to discriminate against me because of the way I was born under the guise of their "sincerely held religious beliefs." The cake bakers are the ones most affecting my life right now, not Muslim extremists. As Maverick noted, the chance of dying as a result of an attack by a Muslim extremist is infinitesimal. However, my chance of being affected by the actions of fundamentalist homophobes is pretty high. After all, it's not Muslim extremists committing the majority of anti-gay acts in this country.
The "at least they're not murdering you so be happy about that" line is a diversion. Plenty
of fundamentalist Christian preachers have called for the extermination of gays. What stops them from doing so is our secular society and rule of law. I don't have Christian extremists beheading me in spite of Christianity, not because of it.