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You speak out and your statements are rightly condemned for what they are: intolerant, rude, and unkind. You need to know what opinions to keep to yourself and how to argue constructively. Until you can do that I am through with you.
This has nothing to do with the issue at hand. It has to do with your angry and, quite frankly, volatile tone.
I am furiously disappointed in you, FromWithin. You have no right to speak that way, and don't expect me to speak to you, or add you to any future debates. The fact that you speak this way and think it's okay is not going to be provoked by me any longer. You might as well just ban me because I'm going to do the same to you.
I'm not saying don't call yourself bisexual; I'm only saying that it's also important to see yourself as a whole, rather than itty bitty parts. Your hair, your personality, your hands are all little parts of you, but you are a whole person who is human in your own way.
And to FromWithin, that is what I've been trying to say this whole time. Cherish diversity, listen to others, because maybe someday you'll be the only person on the planet.
Your sexuality is one tiny part of your being. Do not categorise yourself as gay or bisexual, because it's like saying you're allergic to cats. No one's really sure why some are and some aren't, but what one should say, or think is that they retain their ability to love and to live and to be proud of themselves and others and live this wild and precious life of yours to the very fullest possible.
You accuse people of being intolerant, yet you fail to look at yourself. All I ask, FW, is that you take an inward glance for once and improve this undiplomatic, unchristian behaviour. I myself am an Anglican, and I am kindly asking, from blood to blood, PLEASE look at yourself before you speak. I myself am guilty of failing to do that yet constant improvement is what we all live for.