Yes, we do. Take for example the day of silence campaign against “gay” bullying. Where is the day of silence against bullying of fat people, or of people who aren’t good at sports, or of the nerds, or of the girls who are taller than the boys in middle school, or of those who can’t afford trendy clothes, of those who are openly religious, etc, etc. etc.?
Another example I have talked about before on other threads: It has become trendy to designate “safe spaces” in college dorms and even in high schools for “gay” or sometimes LGBT,students to go to be “safe” from bullying and harrassment. No other group gets this special protection. If you are being bullied for another reason, you don’t get to go to a designated “safe” place, you just follow the normal channels - tell a teacher, speak to a counselor, hope you don’t get beat up for tattling.
From what I remember of highschool the harassment students, especially boys, who were either suspected of homosexuality or openly gay was very common or at least as common as other forms of bullying.
The stats are all over the place but the APA states that 27% of teen bullying is for “not conforming to to sexually stereotypical behavior”. This would include “gay” bullying as well as bullying those who might not be seen as masculine or feminine enough. No one disputes that 27% is high but that means that 73% of the bullying is for other reasons.
In my highschool days, the more common forms of bullying were due to not being part of some clique or being “too much” of something - too smart, too religious, too fat, too skinny, etc, or for being introverted. The shy get bullied a lot.
That’s just my personal experience. I was never bullied for this reason but I saw it happen