“I didn't say there were right and wrong choices. I simply said there were choices.”
- "Yet this has nothing to do with choosing a romantic or sexual partner. There are choices which aren't smart in these cases, too, but you can choose anyone you'd like provided they agree to choose you as well.”
Should I fix the wording in my question? Which choice was “smart?”
“Do you not understand what the word differently means?”
I understand it. Gay couples don’t want to be married in any different way than heterosexual couples are married. I think you thinking it’s “different” is part of the roadblock in our lines of thinking, and gets to the heart of our argument. I don’t see it as different. It’s 2 people getting married.
“Many pages ago in this thread I clearly and logically explained how sexual preference IS a choice. Or do you not choose who you are involved with romantically and/or sexually? Is it already pre-determined, like fate? Is that what you think?”
What do you prefer? Hot dogs or hamburgers? Do you have to think about it, and “make a choice” on what you preferred? Or do you just like one better than the other, based on taste? Yes, I believe it is pre-determined which sex you are most attracted to.