Bistiza is the kind of person that ensures that homosexuals continue to commit suicide at several times the rate of heterosexuals...
Why in the world would you say something like this? I treat everyone the same regardless of their sexuality.
You're insisting that the definition of a word is not only incorrect, but purposefully incorrect in order to serve an agenda. That's quite a claim.
I'm not saying the definition is incorrect at all.
I'm saying the definition you give isn't logical DESPITE it being commonly accepted.
That common acceptance is why it has made it into some dictionaries, because that's how dictionaries work. Dictionaries list common definitions without regard to "right" and "wrong" or "correct" and "incorrect".
The definitions in the dictionary (and even words themselves) change over time with common use. As a result, arguing that the dictionary defines a word a certain way only shows that the definition is commonly accepted - it does NOT necessarily show that it is "correct".
It's especially interesting considering the fact that just about everyone determines which gender they are attracted to long before they have any romantic encounters and that it's that attraction that drives the decision to partner up with one gender or the other.
So your argument is that since attraction is one of the factors (or even the primary factor) which drives the decision for many people, that somehow means the decision itself does not exist? That makes no sense, which seems to be par for the course with you.
You're married to a woman. You chose a woman because you are straight. If you weren't attracted to women, you would have picked a man.
I'm married to a woman, and I chose a woman because of a multitude of factors, one of which was a greater attraction to women. I wasn't straight until I made that choice, and I could have made the choice to be with a man instead if I had wanted to do that.
Everyone has the ability to choose who they want to be with for ANY reason they wish, not just attraction. If they want to use attraction as the reason or the primary reason, they are free to do that. If they want to make the decision for other reasons, or a combination of reasons, they can do that too.
The bottom line is attraction doesn't mean anything - the actual choice of partners is what is important in determining sexuality. But you'll never understand that because it doesn't fit with your personal beliefs, so you absolutely refuse to see the inherent logic. I'm fine with that, but don't keep lying to others and spreading the propaganda just because you're foolish enough to believe it yourself.