Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater!
I'm glad you feel safe and at home here. I am not going to try to talk you out of your feelings or your emerging sense of the divine reality. Just keep in mind that the bible doesn't necessarily mean what "They" say that it means and that there are many ways of understanding its truth. Some of those ways are feminist and GLBTQ friendly.
By all means, follow your heart whereever it leads you on your spiritual journey. Keep in mind that these journeys OFTEN (not always) lead you back to where you began. But once you arrive back... you are an entirely different person then when you left and the landscape is entirely different as a result. I'm not saying that this WILL happen to you... but it might.
My sister's journey was like that. She left the church and the religion of her family, moved to Europe, became a communist and a feminist, dabbled in the eastern traditions. Then she married a Missouri Synod Lutheran and rediscovered Christianity. She is now in the ELCA church. she brought along EVERYTHING that she experienced and it informs her Christian understanding of the world. She says that she could never have come home if she hadn't gone away.
All I'm saying is... Blessings on your journey!