I think part of the problem is that there are two meanings of dislike that are being used by Shjade. On the one hand there is dislike meaning something along the lines of do not enjoy participating in - as in "I do not enjoy tomatoes" meaning I do not want to paticipate in their cultivation and consumption without passing any value judgement on those who do. On the other, there is the use of dislike that holds the connotation of active disapproval - "I don't like French culture" meaning I disapprove of the language, cuisine, and lifestyle of that group.
Now, the problem is not that you, or anyone, does not want to participate in homosexuality - no one is saying you have to. The problem comes when you associate wrongness with the act. To imply that homosexuality is wrong is a form of bigotry. You can argue that it is not a form of hate because it does not entail violence or passioate rhetoric, but I do not understand how saying "what you do is wrong and you should not do it" is not hateful when directed at someone's sexuality. I'll note that why you did not say that explicitly, your disapproval of homosexuality does imply/necessitate that view.
The problem also comes from a false equivalency. Being gay is not the equivalent of being a person who speeds. First of all, homosexuality is not a choice, one does not choose to be gay, while one who chooses to speed speeds. Now, you can argue that it is a choce to act on one's homosexuality, and you would be right. But again, there is a fundamental difference between acting on the inate human need for romantic love and acting one the desire to drive above a safe speed.
In short, expressing disapproval of an trait like sexuality is, without hesitation, bigoted. To simply assert that you do not want to participate in it is not (that is also a statement whose value I do not understand, since all heterosexuals feel that way) .