Nope. We all win when more people are included in equality and human rights. There are many gay people who are Christian, and they manage both religious freedoms and gay rights.
It’s not a zero-sum game, it’s like love. My mother loves me with all of her heart, and did so from the moment I was born. Two years later, my sister was born, and my mom loves her too, with all of her heart, and she still loves me with all of her heart. The love simply grew, and it continued to grow, when our brother was born three years after that, and when our second brother was born seven years after him. The more people that acquire rights, the bigger and more inclusive Human Rights becomes.
There are gay and lesbian Americans too, and they deserve the same rights as you take for granted.
The pervert lobby is the church that protects and hides child-molesters.
The US was not founded for religious rights. Sure, the Puritans moved to America to be able to persecute people due to religion, but they were a relatively small group. And, that was for religious persecution, not religious rights. When the new state was formed, and the Founding Fathers drew up the Constitution, they were very careful NOT to favor one religion over another, to keep religion out of government.
The US of A is late to the party, dearie, many other countries have gay rights AND religious rights, and have had them for quite a while. Just a few decades ago, in 1989, registered partnership was established for same-sex couples in Denmark. In January 2018, 75,3 percent of the Danish population were members of the Church of Denmark. Most Danes, and most Europeans, see Christianity as a love-message from Jesus. They don’t see it as a licence to persecute minorities. There is no “Main Commandment” stating, THOU SHALT HATE THE GAYS, but there are many commandments and decrees to help the poor, heal the sick, house the homeless, feed the hungry, which the US of A constantly fail to adhere to. If you can disregard direct orders from Jesus Christ to do that, you can certainly adopt a “live and let live” attitude towards gay people, whom Jesus never even mentioned.