I don’t really hate any fibers, so far, but some are far more enjoyable to spin than others.
My all time favorite fiber is Blue Faced Leicester wool. It’s a long fiber, it’s a soft wool, takes dye beautifully and just super easy to spin. I can spin BFL without even looking at it. You would think that the longer the fiber, the easier it is to spin. Not true. If the fiber is too long, like silk, it can be difficult to draft. The shorter the fiber, like angora or cashmere, the harder it is to spin. You do have to concentrate a lot more and go a lot slower or it will just get away from you.
Also, the softer the fiber, the more difficult it is. Angora is super soft (silky and slippery) and it’s a short fiber to boot so I personally think it’s the toughest stuff to spin. I’ve had some on a bobbin for like 6 months… I swear I’ll finish it one day!
Wool that still has natural lanolin is good for your hands, but if the wool is really old, the lanolin can get sticky making it harder to draft. Very clean wool should draft easily. Silk is harsh on your hands, so use plenty of hand lotion. Unwashed fibers like camel, alpaca, or llama are usually dusty but not greasy like wool. I find it easier to spin it first, THEN wash the finished yarn.