asked: the question wasn't actually from me, and I'm happy to write not as an anon. I don't know why people keep asking you this, without knowing your answer it seems obvious that yes, you wouldn't agree with it, based on the Bible's teachings. I'm not sure I understand what asking them to come off of anon will accomplish, wouldn't you be further ahead to explain and give biblical reasons. Because I honestly don't believe that any of them will write back. A bit sad, really.
About a month ago I did answer an anonymous person, who asked about my stance on gay marriage, and then further about my stance on homosexuality.
I answered them, willingly, and with biblical backing. Upon answering those questions, I also got harassed for my view-point and opinion. I was knocked down and basically told that my view was wrong.
I took anonymous down for a while, and have since brought it back up, to try out again.
I have decided that since it’s my personal blog, I will no longer answer questions about in-depth religious or political views from an anonymous person. I, personally, don’t think it’s “a bit sad, really” because of what has happened. I will openly share all of the messages shared, because I did screen-shot them, and then you can see how rude the messages were.
I’m sorry that one (or more) ruined the anonymous option for everyone.