They hate what is normal because it reminds them that they are not.
And they agree, arguing they were taught to hate themselves by being exposed to the heteronormative biases from the moment they were born.
When these folks come into puberty and discover they are not "normal" who is providing a path for them?
On one hand you've got the "gay community" with it's own vicious intolerance of faith, family, conservatism and the other you've got everything from the Westboro "God hates fags" types to Catholic's "disinterested friendship" and "call to chastity" to those pushing "conversion therapy" while unwilling to allow one of their own children to date, let alone wed, an "ex-gay."
If you deprive someone of a way to to feel safe and dignified, no place to belong in life or community, they're going to behave outrageously and reject common values. There will be plenty of anger directed both inwardly and outwardly.
Something needs to be offered as an alternative to what the "gay community" pushes, a no holds barred way to live. It's an area where the faith community fails to reach its members, particularly adolescents in puberty, who are struggling with same-sex attraction. Where's the alternative to the Planned Parenthood approved secular "sex positive" agenda taught in nearly all schools?
“If you deprive someone of a way to to feel safe and dignified, no place to belong in life or community, they’re going to behave outrageously and reject common values.”
Would you make the same argument for the pedophile?