No, I criticise all religions that act that way, not just christianity. I also criticise christianity because it 'takes the moral high ground' as justificationor it's actions. Well it's taken the moral high ground before historically with disastorous results against pretty much every section of humanity. I judge adherents by what they do and some are just hypocritical to the extreme. As I mentioned before all 'sins' are mentioned as being equal, but homosexuality is singled out for special worse treatment unlike all of the rest, despite actual mentions of homosexuality in the bible being thin on the ground.
There is a reason why you shouldn't judge all homosexuals in such a way. Gay people don't all follow a dogma. There is nothing unifying that all gay people must do (the same way there's nothing holding together all hetrosexuals, women, black people or people with blue eyes). Judging gay people (or any of those other groups) based on the actions of a few is ridiculous to the extreme. However, in the case of christianity (and other religions) the adherents are holding to a dogma which they can be judged by in a way those other groups do not. Put plainly, christians have the bible, but people with blue eyes don't have a 'blue eyed text' or something similar.
That's incorrect. Not all churches or clergy have the same beliefs, so you can't make blanket statements about all Christians just like you can't make blanket statements about all gay people. It's also unfair to rant about past injustices. My ancestors were massacred by Catholics. I don't blame the present church for that. In fact, I recognize its myriad acts of charity and instruction in contemporary times. I also respect all belief systems' *right* to preach what they choose on this subject. You can write as many anti-Christian screeds as you wish, but freedom of conscience will stand.