I kind of want to quote statistics at you, but I'm not even going to bother. You sound pretty stuck in your ways and closed minded. If you would like to learn a thing or two, or think I'm totally wrong and you can teach me a thing or two, stop ranting and raving and let's have a real discussion.
However, a few surface things I'm going to address, a boycott isn't an attempt to harm anyone. A boycott means to disassociate oneself with, withdrawing engaging in business or communication with what you are boycotting. Yeah, it is very deliberate. That is kind of the point. A boycott isn't harming anyone, beyond the point that they aren't getting financial gain from you. As an example, if I decide to boycott Chick-Fil-A, I am possibly harming them by not giving them my business, but my business is something they have to earn anyway (usually by providing solid products I deem worthy of spending my money on). I have no obligation to buy food from Chic-Fil-A. Nobody does. If enough people decide to boycott them based on real or perceived policies toward homosexuals, this could potentially hurt their business, but, providing that business to Chic-Fil-A is the consumers' prerogative to start with.
The way you talk about it HARMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMING HUMAN BEINGS, makes it sound like you are making boycotting out to be the equivalent of an organized effort to go out into the streets with baseball bats and beat people's kneecaps off. This leads me to believe you're either being extraordinarily hyperbolic, you have no idea how boycotting works or what it does, or you are just a little out of touch with reality.
Also, I haven't heard a whole lot of stories about homosexuals attacking and violently assaulting people. Though I have no doubt it does happen, you have people of every sexual orientation with tendencies for violence. Curiously enough, a good number of psychopathic males tend to be homosexual or bisexual. Don't misread what I am saying though, many psychopaths being homosexual does not in any way equal many homosexuals being psychopaths. There are a lot of reasons for the tendency of psychopaths to engage in homosexual behavior, and those reason make perfect sense when you go into them, and we can if you'd like, but from what I've seen, you don't seem the sort who is open for discussion.
Not too long ago, in the politics thread I believe, we had a lengthy discussion regarding the idea that homosexuality and child molestation go hand-in-hand. Again, I'd be happy to provide you numerous links to numerous studies done by numerous groups that have proved this myth to be nonsense. I attempted and failed to find any sort of data indicating that homosexual men have a higher rate of molestation of underage boys than heterosexual men. Let me know if you'd like these links, and if you find any data to the contrary, by all means, I'd love to have links to those.
Finally, you claimed that homosexual on heterosexual assault occurs at a far higher rate than heterosexual on homosexual violence. You seem to act like there hasn't been a long history of brutality toward homosexuals. If you ever sit down and talk to an older gay man (in the USA at least), you'll find that he can likely tell you story after story of humiliating or violent things done to him by homophobes. Every older gay man I have known has been subjected to cruelty that makes my stomach turn. The US also has a long history of lesbian rapes, the justification being that if she learns what a dick feel like she might change her ways and go straight. There is a good reason why the term "in the closet" exists. Traditionally for homosexuals being open about your sexual orientation has been an invitation to cruelty, humiliation, violence, and molestation. If you think nothing like this still happens in America, then you are greatly mistaken. There is still plenty of fear and hatred towards gays, and plenty of people who still act on that fear and hatred.