Objective morality does not exist in real life, same as there is no food that is objectively delicious, it varies from individual to individual. Yes you could create a fantasy world in which all foods would be on a hierarchy of taste, and EVERY SINGLE character would consider the same foods to be delicious, but why would you do that?
I disagree that there's no such thing as objective morality. However, it is impossible to make objective moral statements without a full understanding of context.God:
Thou shalt not killMe:
But what if someone's trying to kill me? What if they're trying to eat my baby?God:
Well, self-defence is okayMe:
But what if I could have easily avoided the situation?God:
Well, maybe you should have tried to avoid it then. Jesus.Me:
So when can I kill?God:
I think you're kind of missing the point here...Me:
So what is the point then? Can I kill or not?God:
Well try not to kill people if you can avoid it.Me:
But what if I like it?God:
Well... maybe you shouldn't like killing. That seems kind of weird. I dunno.Me:
Oh. Okay then.God:
Oh, and heathens. They deserve it. You can kill all the heathens.