Christian BoyLove Forum #65163
I think it's disingenuous of you to mischaracterize my statement by taking only a fragment of it and leaving out the conjunction and the second element so that it appears I was supporting a view that my statement is clearly opposed to.
The entire statement reads:
Gay literature is filled with stories of such relationships written by men who look back on those experiences fondly. But in the current environment, it's very difficult to justify the risks.
The fact I used a period instead of a comma, which may be a grammatical error, does not mean you can separate the two elements of that statement and pretend either one is complete on its own.
If you still want to make your prison statement despite the fact it adds nothing to the conversation and merely reinforces what I just said (that it is difficult to justify the risks), at least do so after quoting me correctly.