Pants-of-dog wrote:The answer to the question in the thread title is: it depends.
It depends on location, for example. In the southern US, conservative bigots would be the biggest threat. In Latin America, it would be conservative Catholics. In places where homosexuality is punishable by death, it would be the government.
Demographics would also be a factor. In areas where there are little or no Muslims, the greatest threat to homosexuals would be something else.
The amount of power and money that each threatening group has would also be a factor. For example, of the number of Muslims in a city was 10% but they were relatively poor and powerless, while the 5% of conservative Christians were disproportionately present in government, the conservative Christian contingent would be more likely to pass homophobic laws.
We all know that those "conservative bigots" are still much more tolerant for homosexuals than Muslims and they are much less likely to attempt to harm them
if for example Pakistan is having a death punishment for atheists how do you think they treat gays?