Gay discrimination against the religious is such a turn off.
People assume religion denotes Organization. When you say, I am not religious, just spiritual, you are wrong. You are religious, by definition. Your religion is the religion of you, not an organized one. I subscribe to Kevinism.
Organized religion serves the sole purpose of power. People don't realize it, but belief is the most powerful thing in the world. The more belief there is in something, the more 'real' it is.
Science is an example of organized religion. That's right, science, not Scientology. In most developed countries, there is a near universal belief in it, and that makes it very powerful. There are places in the world where science is not believed at all, and who is to say they do not live happier lives? You can tell me that the rapes and wars and corruption etc. etc. are terrible, but in my mind, have you ever been in a room full of people on anti-depressants? I'm sure the feeling of hopelessness is similar in both cases. Their volcano eruption is an angry god, not a geological occurrence, but how can you honestly say that one is right and the other is wrong? Even amid the chaos that is perceived to be an undeveloped country, there are groups of people who absolutely LOVE life.
In the US, many Christian groups have stumbled onto the fact that science is actually an opposing religion, taught in schools, and have tried to devalue certain aspects of science. The war between science and christianity in the US is yet another religious war.
You can say religion causes all of the problems in the world, and it is true. But what you are saying in the most basic level is that differing beliefs is the cause of all problems. That will never be fixed unless there is understanding that everyone is right.
If someone gets in a horrific car accident, but comes out unscathed and unharmed, let's analyze how different religions view and describe this action. A Christian would say god was watching over him and protected him. A believer of science would say the odds of physics and probabilities allowed him to be alright, although it was unlikely. A Buddhist would say it happened as it should. An ancient Greek would say that he was blessed by Zeus. etc.
Who is right? Most people would say the one they believe, but the true answer is ALL OF THEM. All beliefs are correct, everybody is right. It gets complicated from there, as everyone lives in their own reality, in their own dimensions, but really, who is to say one is wrong and the other is not? You can only go off of what you believe; some beliefs are more compatible than others, but they all work. Why they work is really unimportant.