d) I admit that the second part, with the implications that all believers are puritanical and repressed and fun-hating—or worse, hateful—gets up my nose. But that’s not discrimination or oppression or prejudice: it may be mistaken or rude, but it’s not the same thing atheists have faced by a long shot. We need to go a long, long, long way in evening the playing field before anything like this can be intolerance on the same level.
I have no problem with someone saying what they believe, it’s when they start to bully others beliefs, parading how much “better” what they believe in is that it’s a problem. Religious or otherwise, to spit on someone else’s beliefs is disgusting.