Veganism makes most people a lot less picky with their food, so you’d probably end up liking beans and tofu, but even if you didn’t, nobody’s forcing you to eat them. They’re not required to live a happy vegan life.
But if you’re not vegan yet, how can you say you hate tofu? Most non-vegans can’t make tofu properly. Heck, I know plenty of vegans who don’t even know how to make good tofu, either. I don’t want to say this discouragingly - it makes sense that the majority of people don’t know how to cook with tofu, as it’s not a common household food item for many, especially Americans on an bland/average diet.
I’ve found when people say they hate tofu, they invariably mean they hate chewy blocks of flavourless goo. Or worse yet: gooey blocks of flavourless goo in some kind of deep-frying batter.