Well it started as "Just a joke" but then in got deeper than that so that's why I made my last post.
Well, that's just it. What is immoral to you, may or may not be to me, and visa versa. Neither of our views of morality are wrong, and neither are right.... for each other. But for me, my set of morals is perfect and yours is perfect for you, I believe. When either of us tries to change the other's morals, or one has the opinion that it's OK to limit the actions of the other and inhibit them from, for example, marrying the person they love or smoking whatever they want, then there is a conflict. To me, immorality is murder, sexual predation (pedophilia, rape, etc.), stealing, lying, cheating, non-self defense violence, etc. While swinging, practicing Wicca or any other religion, promiscuity, drugs, skimpy clothes, eating shellfish, not going to church, etc. are perfectly fine with me, because it's up to everyone to choose what we like, and what they do doesn't affect me, and what I do doesn't affect them (or you). One thing I'm against is polygamy, but only for the sole purpose that only men can have multiple wives, yet women can't have multiple husbands.
For example, what's moral and what's not today (even by conservative standards) is pretty different from 3 thousand years ago. To them, common place things today, like a woman being "head" of a family (hell, or VOTING or speaking their mind) or bikini's would be HORRENDOUS, but that does NOT mean that over time there has been a loss of respect for morals, it means that the morals have changed, and change is an important part of evolution.
Look at where we'd be if we all thought the same way they did 3 thousand years ago. I wonder how advanced as a society we'd be without change?