That is something we call a guess. It is worthless.Also, I'm sure homosexuality is a result of something, but I doubt very much it's a result of genetics.
False. Prenatal care can effect children as one example.And if it's not a result of genetics, then homosexuals are not born that way,
Sure they can. They are treated as different for something beyond their control. See, you can in fact compare them to a race or ethnicity with 100 % accuracy.and they cannot be appropriately compared to race or ethnicity.
Mirrian Webster and their dictionary disagree with you: Bigot - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster DictionaryAnd therefore, while one can be called narrow-minded or a religious snob or hateful if one loathes homosexuals, it's not accurate to call me a bigot and compare me to a racist, since homosexuality is not a genetic trait like race. That is really my peeve about this whole argument, to be honest.
Your definition that you provide says you are entirely and 100 % wrong.It's like saying, "Oh, you loathe muslims? You bigot!" That is a false argument because islam is not a race, it's a religion, a chosen ideaology. People are born Jewish or Sunni or Romanian, they aren't born muslim. Or if you say now that Christians like me are hateful horrible people you loathe. I can say you hate Christians, but if I say you're a bigot, it's just idiotic, in my opinion.
Please see Wesbters dictionary.
Bigot - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
LoLzNow I know what someone is going to say, that in today's usage it also extends to religious beliefs or homosexuality, but if you go by that definition, then I can also call you a bigot if you hate Nazis. So let's not go there, and let is remain with the true definition of the word.
Bigotry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia