Take out the hammering, and replace it with eating eggplant parm then. It's almost definitely something that I would never choose to do.
Okay, but you could still choose to do it if you wanted to do so.
So, just so we are clear, me thinking your homophobia is silly, not ok.
Here you go with the ridiculous labels again. There is no homophobia on my part. I simply do not want there to be any confusion as to the state of my marriage.
Me thinking that you are bisexual (and I still think that's a strong possibility) because it would, according to you, be easy for you to just choose to have sex with men, not ok.
You only think it's "a strong possibility" because you somehow don't get the relatively simple concept of choice. Your ignorance of choice doesn't somehow change my sexual status.
In fact, if you argue that I'm bisexual because I have a choice, then EVERYONE is bisexual, because everyone has the same choices.
You thinking that everyone else on earth could just choose to be attracted to a member of the same sex as easily as you, ok
I see what your problem is now - you think it's about me, and it never was. I only used myself as a hypothetical example. I might as well have said "Mr. X" or named anyone. None of this has ever been about me personally, and yet you assumed (incorrectly, as so often happens) that it was.
I am not attracted to a member of the same sex easily. I never have been, and I probably never will be. But just like anyone else - including you - I could choose to be with someone of the same gender if I so desire.
You being so scared that allowing people in committed, loving, and legal relationships to marry might make others wonder if you are gay, and using that homophobia as justification for denying gay couples that right, ok.
I'm not scared of anything. I just want to avoid any confusion.
Stop trying to fit people into a box and label them. It's really annoying and offensive, and you've tried to do it to me repeatedly.
You are a piece of work.
Because I don't want to be labeled as something I'm not?
Because I want to make sure people don't buy into the LIE that sexuality is anything other than a choice?
Because I want to avoid confusion regarding the status of my marriage?
You're absolutely ridiculous if you don't think I have every right to all three of those beliefs.