I guess some things just need to be clarified – made conditionals.
For instance, just because I believe two adults should have the right to perform incest (so long as not producing a child) does not mean I want to have incest personally.
Just because I believe people should be allowed to do as they please, does not mean I believe in breaking laws. This is not to say laws have not been bent for the betterment of society and mankind in my view, but that for the whole and whole, laws are in place for good reason.
There are certain boundaries which can never be crossed in my eyes, and all the faith in humanity in the world will not excuse them from being critical lines where they lie.
Overly trusting in man to understand my intentions has caused me all kinds of miscommunications. To say something, to do something, and to think something are all different measures, with their own set of consequences: Once something is said, it cannot be unsaid, obviously. Some things are really best unsaid, so shut your mouth. Mouths can lead to the most harmful of misunderstandings. Once something is done, it cannot be undone, but this can lead to so much worse that words can describe; certain things must never, ever be done. Thoughts for their own part are relatively harmless, unless, in some cases, voiced, or in particular cases, may you be damned, acted upon.
So I take back for matter of clinical definition my claim of being a sociopath in thought. I attempted to change the meaning of a word which had too great a weight to carry, and it has crushed me on occasion since. I am not a sociopath.
That is all.