Is that because Merriam-Webster is part of the propaganda machine for some insidious conspiracy to destroy us?
If propaganda is successful, it gets its definition to become the (or one of the) commonly accepted definition(s) of a word. Since commonly accepted definitions are what a dictionary lists, it therefore makes it into dictionaries which believe the definition meets their standards for common acceptance.
You aren't offering anything other than because you say so either.
Yes, I have.
Several times I've shown how actions dictate the logical way we apply terms to people in most circumstances, complete with several specific examples of how this reasoning works and therefore why it should be applied in the same way to sexuality.
You've given NOTHING to indicate that this would be wrong other than you saying so and declaring others agree with you. So I'm asking you to do that now.
Give me real REASONS why sexuality should not follow the logical reasoning used to define virtually every other term we give to people but instead should be based upon attraction, feelings, or "what you say you are, you are".
Again, I want REASONS WHY you think "sexuality is determined by what gender you are attracted to."
Because sexuality is determined by what gender you are attracted to and you've already admitted that you have no say in what gender attracts you.
So far all you've done is state this same thing over and over again with nothing but "because I say so and people agree with me" to back it up.
So where can I find a dictionary with the "logically correct definitions?"
As I said, providing logically correct definitions is not the job of a dictionary - it's not what a dictionary does. If you can't grasp that simple concept, then you have no business trying to debate this topic with me.
If there isn't one, doesn't that sound like a great way to make money? Since people buy dictionaries to get the correct definitions?
People buy dictionaries to learn the commonly accepted meanings of words and verify what they are. Many people make the same mistake you have and think that means the definitions are "correct", but they are only "correct" if your intent is to use them to find the commonly accepted meanings of words.
Perhaps you should stop thinking in terms of "correct" and realize it's about what is commonly accepted, not "correct".
I'm not going to respond to any more ridiculous comments by fools who can't understand how a dictionary defines words. If you can't get that simple concept, you sure as hell can't grasp anything more complicated, and you therefore have no place trying to discuss or debate this topic with me.