equivocate [ɪˈkw 18;vəˌke ɪt]<quoted text>
You are equivocating here.
But let us follow your argument to its logical conclusion.
If morality is subjective, then there is no absolute "good" or "evil".
There is nothing absolutely "wrong", because two subjective opinions on morality, would both have equal authority.
So with that in mind, nothing is wrong of itself.
Do you understand where your own reasoning leads you, have you ever considered and thought through what you are saying?
If morality is a merely subjective construct of society, then nothing is absolutely wrong or absolutely right.
This is your argument.
(intr) to use vague or ambiguous language, esp in order to avoid speaking directly or honestly; hedge