I still don't understand your complete insistance
on calling this an issue of morals!! A person who
doesn't agree with something that I do agree with
isn't immoral. I might think they're misguided,
but they have their right to think what they want.
Morals have nothing to do with this issue except
that some people feel the undying urge to attach
a sense of morality to anything that has to do
with sex. People who say things like this have no
*real* reason to think something is wrong - they
just don't like the action - and so they declare
the action "immoral". Oh, gasp! If you can get
other people to jump blindly on your bandwagon
withtout thinking about it, out goes your need to
have a real reason to dislike something. I won't
jump blindly on your bandwagon, so suddenly I
must be immoral too.
Try this. Let's hypothesize you have a person who
watches yaoi anime. Let's even go far enough to
say this person likes to participate in S&M
activities. They participate in these activities
with other legal adults who also enjoy these
activities. **Without** saying anything about
your imagined morality of it, tell me *EXACTLY*
how is this person hurting you? They're not.
See, morals - real morals - are based on things
that actually hurt other people. Murder is
immoral. (It is the ultimate "hurt" to prevent
someone from living.) Theft is immoral. (It hurts
people to remove either a piece of their income
or items that they will then have to use extra
income to have to replace.) Etc, etc, etc. . .
Getting "grossed out" by something does not
*actually* hurt you (or anyone else) in any way.
Many Sharp Smiles,