So what you termed was an assumption was actually a conclusion drawn from the observation that you want to avoid one instance based on the notion of not being implicated in sinful activity, but are perfectly fine with another instance in which you would be implicated in sinful activity. As such, one could conclude that the underlying motive is actually an aversion to an activity, which you actually have, although you may not want to admit it. I am not saying that to be derogatory, but that is simply the way it is. The only way one could not have such aversions and attachments is that one would have had to have totally transcended the influence of mundane things. Otherwise, that is the way the mundane mind works, some things it likes, some things it is repulsed by, and different people have different things that they are attracted to and repulsed by. Someone who has transcended the influence of the mundane mind does not experience this. Rather he sees everything as being the result of the various energies of the Supreme Lord and that all of these energies are ultimately under the control of the Supreme Lord. It is just that some will properly use the energy in the service and glorification of the Lord and some will misuse the energy for their own self aggrandizement.