Orange Room Supporter
He did not dismiss consent. He said that consent, on its own, is not enough to claim that an act is moral. It really is not that difficult to understand. He, or someone else, even gave examples of consensual behaviour that is not morally acceptable. I'm sure you can also think of other ones if you get out of your ideological bubble and embrace reason and logic again.I beg to differ. Dismissing consent in this debate speaks volumes about said person's ethics.
Again, who cares? There are plenty of behaviours that are "natural" that virtually everyone considers immoral. The whole point of moral codes is to overcome detrimental instinctual behaviours and to replace them with righteous ones.As I mentioned earlier, the point is not that we must imitate animals. The point is that we can find this behavior elsewhere, thus cementing its natural aspect.