Why do you often state your opinions as facts, using the Questions section to do so? I've asked this before and have not received an answer.
You've made a HUGE generalization here, and a very offensive one at that. I could just as easily start a sentence with, "All atheism does is...", "All black people...", "All internet writers are just..." Surely you see how problematic that would be? It's what you're doing here.
I was raised in a Lutheran church and did not suffer any of the accusations you carelessly throw about here. I don't appreciate having someone tell me what my life was like. I'm sure actual survivors of religiously-motivated abuse don't appreciate having their situations equated to everyday child-rearing that happens to involve religion.
Now, to address the points you seem to want to discuss:
First you have to define what "forcing" religion on someone means. Eventually a child will grow and no matter what their life has been like up to that point, it's typical for a young adult to start questioning the world around them and their own minds. And contrary to unfortunate popular belief, children are individually thinking beings. Unless extreme brainwashing techniques were employed, the child was not "forced" to believe anything.
The child was raised with the parents beliefs. Religion certainly isn't the only aspect of life in which this occurs. The child will grow up surrounded by their parents bad habits, good habits, political stances, any prejudices they may have, general world views, and so on. Once you mature, however, you're responsible for thinking for yourself. You can easily learn about the world around you and come to your own opinion, including choosing a different religion or no religion.
But as stated, of course children are raised in the same religion as their parents - it's just logical. Again: the above examples. They may be "forced" to go to church, for example, but they would also be forced to go to the grocery store, to their grandparents' house, to school. A young child legally can't stay home alone.
Most parents will indeed teach their children the beliefs they themselves have. It's part of parenting, to raise your child up the best you can and in the manner you feel is right. Then the child leaves the nest and uses or loses those lessons by living his or her own life. But if teaching is forcing then obviously school needs to be outlawed...