Although I am a Buddhist (not by choice, I agree with Buddhism, because that's just what I think, but I didn't become a Buddhist because I "loved" Buddhism and became a follower, but rather, was a Buddhist, because my beliefs matched those of Buddhism's), I hate Buddhism, I hate Buddhism because:
1) It is a difficult religion (I know guys all know that).
2) It's full of hypocrites.
3) Nearly NO ONE, attains the goal of Buddhism, and when they do, it seems to be some guy from OUTSIDE of the Buddhist religion.
Personally: Kind of a liberal religious orientation, much inspired by Daniel Ingram and related communities.
Born in NY, moved to Hong Kong at age 4, encountered Buddhism when in Thailand for vacation one week. Bought the book "Liberating Insight" by Frits Koster, quickly became a Learner after practicing Vipassana, ceased the practice of Meditation but regardless continued to make progress.
Life goes swimmingly, then after making some threats my high school decides to kick me out for fear that I will kill my fellow students and my self, I relocate to Philadelphia and live with my cousins, my cousins kick me out, I live with my Mom.
Near the end of my sophomore year I quite literally, very closely attain "Nibbana" or "Stream Entry" or some "Point of No Return", but fearing my extinction I "chicken out" and neglect the path. In other words I avoid the training.
I've been avoiding the training ever since.
Finally I move to California and finish high school there. Was miserable the entire time, believed I had caused a schism in the Dharma Overground, what made it worse was that I thought they were genuinely Enlightened, thought of apologizing, deeply worried about hell (yet ironically didn't know I was a Sekha).
Come end of Senior year I go to college in the Fall. It is as if I was taken out of Niraya and placed in Heaven.
My mood changes entirely, I am calm, lust-less, happy, nearly irritation-free, outgoing, have many friends, one of the best programmers in my graduating class, one of the better dancers in the breaking club, well liked by my teachers and peers.
Anyways that's about it, I look forward to trolling/discussing the Dhamma with you.
Be well my friends!