Feel free to go back and look up the actual term used before "proving me wrong"
Wait, so you understand my claim, but disagree with it?
To EVERYONE, that reads as, "If it's ok to discriminate against someone because of skin color, why not sexuality?" And even after you've "stated at least four times that one form of discrimination doesn't automatically justify another form," you are still asserting that, if ***, skin color, height, weight, age, nationality, national background, family background religious preference, etc. are reasons to discriminate, then sexuality should be a part of that list.
This is why people ask you, over and over, if you actually read what you type, and if you even know what your own argument is.
Because that statement says that we have laws, rules and regulations. That is in a general sense, as in, there exist a form of discrimination against every human trait. That does not mean if there exist a scenario where it's ok to discriminate against age, then it's ok to discriminate against ***, skin color, height, etc.
Those are two completely different concepts. Under your logic, if there exist ONE accepted form of discrimination, then it's ok to discriminate against everyone for anything all of the time.
That my friend, is a stupid interpretation. If you honestly believe that is more logical than "there does not exist any human trait that isn't immune to some form of discrimination, what makes you think sexuality is?", then once again, that's a stupid interpretation of the reader. Edited, Oct 30th 2011 10:13pm by Almalieque