Thanks, a lot. What I don't understand is--let me do this hypothetically--you all agree homophobia is wrong, that suppression of freedom of speech is wrong, that not all religious people are homophobes, that being a bad person is not necessarily related to any religion you are associated with, that I have nothing against people believing in their chosen God, and that the word 'homophobe' means to hate and/or fear gay people (and in relative terms to this argument, that, if you think being gay is a sin, you hate them, when you get right down to it), the only thing you can disagree with me on is my use of the argument, how I worded the argument, etc. So far, there has been a few of you who have said some things closely related to this, but, ironically, no one has shown any tasteful reasoning, to contradict me (call me self-involved), help me to look at how I have approached this topic, or help me learn how I might change my thinking on the issue/broach the issue more appropriately. Frankly, you have all shown (bar one or two people) complete stupidity, lack of reading skills, very little maturity in responding to someone you disagree with--how ironic as you are all seemingly, for all intent and purposes, calling me disrespectful--and just general internet troll-like shit throwing. Anyway, I'll say no more, so let's just drop it at: You all don't agree with me, and I don't agree with you.
just because you think somethign is a sin doesnt mean you hate the person that does it. christians think being drunk, masturbation, adultery, is a sin but its not like they go around actively hating on people that do so.
people do things that you would consider wrong all the time. doesn't mean you go around hating them