Yes. I was born and raised as a Southern Baptist. My father was a deacon in the church. He was also in the construction business and build churches.
Southern Baptists are mainly intolerant because of their ignorance and fears. Even a person whom they admire, Billy Graham, distances himself from their doctrine and has publicly stated that the Bible is NOT the inerrant word of God. Yet this belief is fundamental to their dogmas.
They also interpret the Bible literally, although it is done selectively. For example they believe the Genesis version literally and are vehemently anti-science. But they don't believe that the sun goes around the earth or that the earth is flat, or that pi is equal to 3.00, even though the Bible says that.
They are anti-women as they explicitly state in their doctrine that a wife MUST submit to her husband on ALL matters. Their opposition to abortion is well known. Their sexual ignorance is well known.
They are anti-education as they want education to be reduced to a means by which Christian values (only their Christian values) are taught. (I've had S.B. school teachers tell me that the reason why they teach is to spread the word of Jesus in the classroom. I've had high school science teachers tell me that they only teach creationism in their classrooms because that is their belief.)
Fortunately, the largest Southern Baptist University, Baylor University, in Waco, TX, has a Biology and Anthropology Departments that explicitly distance themselves on their school web sites from the official church doctrine of creationism and the Genesis version of the origin of humanity. Several universities have severed their ties with the church because of its attempts to control the educational requirements of graduates and what classes can be taught. They tend to be control freaks.
Their leaders explicitly isolate their church members from people of other religions or denominations for various reasons. Right after 9/11 in Orlando, FL, the pastor of the Oviedo First Baptist Church, who was at that time the president of the SBC, refused to pray with an interdenominational group, which included Jews, for the USA because they (the others) were going to hell for not believing "correctly".
They are anti-science as they don't recognize that no science ever used God as an explanation for any natural event and they consider that an atheist position. They basically are terribly ignorant of science and want to stay that way, refusing to educating themselves on issues like evolution and continually misquoting or quoting out of context Darwin and Einstein and others. They don't have any understanding of what science is nor do they appreciate what it is capable of.
They are basically anti-democratic as they want to shut down anyone who opposes their beliefs. They will try to get schools to fire teachers who teach evolution or science without paying homage to God. They typically use the technique of pretending the teacher is rude or disrespectful to the student or some other trumped up charge.
Historically, they have been the center of a racists culture that still exists in their traditions. They admire authoritarian figures and ridicule the peace makers.
Philosophically they abhor the doubter and skeptic and distrust anyone who questions their literalistic doctrines.
And, perhaps worse, they are anti-religion, as they oppose all who do not believe as they do and express hate towards them. Their anti-social attitudes towards homosexuals, their condescending attitudes towards the homeless, and their exclusiveness in who they really care for marks them as the sort of people that Jesus turned his back on. They basically worship ignorance and authoritarianism. Someone in an earlier post said that they are the Taliban West. I have to agree. They are more political now than the terrorists they were 150 to 70 years ago but their goals are not dissimilar.
I will say in their favor that they do have tasty pot luck dinners though.
Born and raised as a Southern Baptist.