let it be known that my holy week presentation post was not intended to widen the gap of gender. rather its main objective is to neutralize the ongoing conflict in between.
nowadays, such is no longer an issue of gender and morals, rather it is a discourse of respect and human diversity. it is not really a matter of who wrote nor commented it, who says the right nor wrong. its a matter of what needs to be done in order for an equitable right to be upheld and recognized to everyone.
opinions are everyone's right. but with every right comes duties. and in every word that comes out of us, we are bound to its results and consequences. in other words, we are responsible for every details that we express for this gives true meaning and value to it. thus, i just find it very coward for someone who don't stand for his/her opinion and hides behind the doubtfulness of anonymousity. one should realize that the absense of duty forfeits the right and the dearth of a right leads to chaos.
i believe that the diversity of our opinions unite us into one. it strip off our biases and subjectivities. for many, it either confirms or reforms what they believe and in effect, makes one to recognize the complexities of our differences.
but when one begins to act and think dogmatically that is where the problem arises. one will never achieve respect if s/he doesn't respect the views of others. as i always say, respect is a mutual thing. you wouldn't expect someone to give their respect to you if you don't give that in return. this is gained and not innately acquired, inherited nor a right.
finally, let it also be a point taken that i am not directly referring to either the heterosexuals nor homosexuals alone, rather to all people in general. probably, the main problem here is the lack of respect of both parties. when one attacks it is obvious that the other retaliates. but if one gives his respect regardless of what s/he believes then expect harmony despite our differences.