no sweat is a just a readOf course I argued that. I've always been an advocate of Mosaic Law.
Your extensions and extrapolations deny the actual progress being made within our society in favor of gay rights and equality. You reduce all morality and society to the part of it that is anti-gay, and apparently to those who are rabidly so.
As others have perfectly stated, the injunction against infidelity is ancient, far older than Christianity and independent of Judaism. The background of the tale of Helen of Troy is but a simple and obvious example.
You argue consistently on the forum for an amoral and hedonistic approach to self-fulfillment and liberty. I argue for an equality for gays, and that means responsibility, accountability, integrity, honesty, and integration into society. We do not have to be headed for becoming Stepford wives in order for us to recognize that our enfranchisement as a minority is not going to come with a requirement that we live in a perpetual contrarianism to every basic value of the surrounding society. As a population, we seek equality, which means people living within a larger context, not in some make-believe gay Utopia where anything goes. It has never been that way, and it won't be anytime soon.
There is no referendum on bisexuality here. Most people have posted that they have no objection to dating bisexuals, and I am in that number. The side debate has arisen because there is a pretext of enlightened living being substituted for the age-old truth that some guy half-way across the planet is trying to have his cake and eat it too.
An open marriage or relationship is one thing: everyone enters with eyes wide open. A deception is another. And it doesn't matter if we are talking hypothetical abstractions, Kallipolis' reality, or whatever rendezvous you may or may not be having. The value of honesty is constant, not fluctuating when it is inconvenient.
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