I'll admit it: I love Jelly Belly jelly beans. However, since the chairman, Herman G. Rowland, Sr., seems to think that not everyone deserves equal rights, I will no longer consume them. They're really empty calories anyway, and it's a sugary snack that is only bad for me--and everyone else.
What I don't understand is why people give time and energy to depriving people of rights and making life harder for people who are doing nothing to hurt them. I don't care what your idea of "sin" might be; that's your belief, your matter of private conscience, and you are malicious for enforcing your beliefs on the rest of society. Your legislation of sin does nothing to improve the quality of life for anyone, include you. You're only doing it to harm other people. Oh, you think you're saving them from a life of sin and eternal damnation, but the only life we know we have is the one you're making miserable for other people, and all over a faith-based belief in what you think a mythical deity wants from you.
LGBT people being who they are and loving whom they love does nothing to harm anyone. What happens between consenting adults in relationships or in the bedroom is neither your business, nor should you be spending energy and money on this sort of cause. You could feeding starving people. You could be investing in the economy. You could be doing something positive with that money, but you choose to be a malicious jerk.
Transgender people have it hard enough. They have to struggle and come to terms with their gender identity in a society that largely does not accept them for who they are. Acting to make it more difficult makes you a bully and a coward, because you are pushing people to conform to your idea of what is "normal", while trying to keep things you fear and don't understand out of your view.
Face your fears. Stop pushing people around. Use your money to achieve positive goals. Do things that actually help. Make the world a better place. Stop picking on people who aren't causing you any harm and wish you no ill will.