Thanks for having my back, herb-gal. U n I is freendz. :)
I'm not to pressed about the response. It's kind of neat that they went as far as to say that acceptance of inquiry, just the question alone constitutes a lack of moral character. Notice I never gave my opinion on the subject itself? It's neat to me b/c it's interesting that the point of view is so staunch that we can't even delve into what people think. If we never questioned how people feel about situations, or other awful things like how can someone conceive in killing someone else? If we never asked that question, we would never learn how to understand and recognize the personality characteristics of a person who is capable of that. To not question is to bury ones head in the sand. That is my opinion in respectful contrast to that of my dissenters.
It's also interesting to read this point of view in light of other cultures. When you study other cultures, you really begin to question which of your stances are true values and which are very much culturally based and biased. Things that can seem so basic to human nature don't even exist in other cultures, really making you rethink your own mindset. For example: a sizeable percentage of the worlds cultures do not KISS or touch lips as part of their sexual script or in any other way. It is (or was) unknown to them! This truly surprised me. Do they not love because they have a different sexual dance? Are they not intimate? Of course they are! Kissing was our expression of a value, intimacy. They have another way to express it.
So the question of morality may be at play here, but I don't think the commenters would question the subject objectively enough to give a true answer. Actually, they've proven that they wouldn't - it's not just the subject that's immoral, even questioning it is immoral! haha!