True Christians who are doing what they are called to do aren't "against" any people. They are obligated, however, to speak up for their own beliefs when others try to normalize the opposite.
For example, I shouldn't have to have my child come from a public school and un-teach her that being gay is just fantastic and normal, as she was TAUGHT there. They do not teach anything Biblical, so they should not be teaching anything anti-Biblical. Not everyone believes that it's just fantastic and normal...why should YOUR beliefs be shoved down my throat...and my impressionable child's?
What they should be teaching is that regardless of how someone else decides to conduct themselves, that they are equally valuable as people as anyone else, and that mistreatment of someone based on their behavior, appearance, etc., is not acceptable. But that is not where they end it. They insist on going the extra mile of making specific controversial behavior good, normal, and wonderful.
So, yes, you could say it affects me, but but it's only frustrating, not hate-inducing.