I have a lot of issues with "millitant" or "new atheism". Probably even more than with religious fundamentalism (or at least, it annoys me more). I think it's because I see the idea of acting in such an evangelical dogmatic fashion while opposing religion as fundamentally absurd. It seems as though "new atheists" merely replicate many of the things I tend to find the most off-putting about some religious folks. They claim to fight against "delusions" while caring not one whit about cognitive biases or groupthink.
I'm a Spinozan pantheist, but if I don't feel like explaining that to people, I just tell them I'm an atheist (and some atheists appear to actually be pantheists). But because of the "New Atheism" thing, I always feel like qualifying it.
I also dislike that I cannot have an intellectual discussion about religion as a cultural phenomenon at all without someone shouting "WHO CARES ITS A DELUSION" and hijacking the discussion. I'd like religion to be a topic of discussion on the internet and be about something other than atheism vs. theism, which isn't the interesting to me, and if I wanted to read it, I'd just got to r/atheism.
Oh, and Christopher Hitchens sucks.