I worded it as a statement to try and give my opinion the sound of authority because you have bought into what other questionable "authorities" have said.
I took it as your opinion (although it indeed sounded a bit authoritative). And I pointed out that other people have different opinions than yours. Opinion contra opinion. It was a way to say that I won't rely on it, just because you say so.
Did you quote an article in Wikipedia that you don't accept just to try to refute my post?
I quoted the article to refute the underlined statement (and next sentence). The issue is, you would call someone a bisexual who is identifying himself as straight. Using your strict definitions, you may be correct. But what practical advantage does it have, if he still identifies himself as straight?