Good is the normative measure of morality and is opposed to Evil. To see whether a decision is right or wrong, it is interesting to consider the implications, results or fruits generated by the choice.
As each decision must be envisionated through righteousness, the determination of what is right or wrong is vital to humanity. Every decision of a man is measured by his moral stance. Even those who strives to abolish the arbitrary distinctions of vice and virtue cannot deny the impact of discarding morality. Values, principles, codes, ...all are stemming from that immanent notion.
Indeed, terrorists, criminals or simple dealers need trust to achieve their petty deeds and to acquire that trust, one must express at least the lowest show of respect and communication towards others. Trust literally means to give something of value to someone, relying on him and surrendering to his kindness and his word. To trust, we need to believe in others and accept the risk of being vulnerable. This notion is fundamental because it would be difficult to consider the existence of human relations without trust- working relationship to friendship or love. Without trust, one could not even look into the future and try to build a project that develops over time. It is trust that makes possible the development of sociality and the functioning of democracy.
As seen each decision must be weighed by this fundamental dichotomy, I would like to introduce the practical society topic of homosexuality on which one must descry the truth. The distinction between homosexuality and heterosexuality is in fact immeasurable. When applied universally, the one contemplates homogeneity, the other seeks otherness. The first leads to sterility, the last begets offspring. The former leads to aging and demise of society, the latter conveys to rejuvenation and population growth.
In this context, what we see today in Western countries appears similar to the late times of the Roman Empire, that is to say a growing-old population taking gay codes for granted, undergoing strong human migration and sluggish economic growth. The example of Rome demise should enlighten us because repetition of history can be a fatal lesson.
Reality warns us through those signs and it is a man wisdom to trustfully interpret these facts and act accordingly for the greater good.