The Eagle theorem states that A might perfectly well equal B.
, I never used it as broadly as you did. I maintain the Eagle Theorem is true, but it depends on what you use for B.
The full theorem states that
In an equation where A=An accepted harmless act, and B=An unaccepted harmless act, A may equal B.
For example, if you let B stand for rape or child sex while you let A stand for petting someone you love, and who loves you, on the back when you both want it, you ruin the equation.
But if A=Traditional marriage and B=Gay marriage, it does. You see (and don't make me quiz you on this)?