Nobody is disputing that everyone gets to choose who they have sex with. But that's not what is being argued.
No, it's not.
The disagreement comes when I say the choice of who you are with determines your status because that makes logical sense and you say that isn't true because you and others simply don't want it to be true.
You're arguing that the definition of a word is wrong...
No, I'm not, and I never have been. YOU tried to make this about word definitions, and it hasn't ever been about that, despite your rants because you don't understand how a dictionary defines words.
I'm arguing the logical point that what you are is determined by what you do rather than what you say you are. This is a commonly accepted principle that applies to MANY situations, but you want to make a special exception for sexuality since if you can't make a special exception your argument falls apart.
Well, I'm telling you there is no special exception, so your argument has fallen apart. That's what I've been doing the whole time. It has nothing to do with definitions of words - that was just your attempt to grasp at straws because you knew logic didn't support your argument.