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I think this is the crux of the issue as raised by FastEddy.Jingo said:Nobody should hate each other for doing what they feel is right to them.
The statement above is typical of moral relativism. "It's OK for them" may count for amoral things, such as speed limits, colour of hair, or whatever. "It's their way, so who are we to say?" is not, when it comes to moral issues. Is homosexuality a moral issue? Methinks not. Or maybe it is. I don't know. But, the statement by itself that excusing others' behaviour because it "feels right" to them shouldn't be applied as wide as is stated above.
That is all.