Perhaps it is best that you do stick to bitless since you clearly have no idea how to properly use a bit. If you did, you wouldn't be throwing such a hissy fit about this whole thing. None of this is about what I can force
them to do. For goodness sake, they are a thousand pound animal, if they didn't want to do something, my puny force couldn't make them. That very idea is laughable
You are still missing the entire point, too. It is NOT about how hard you can yank on their mouth, the whole purpose of a bit is so that they can feel when you lift a rein and respond so that you DON'T have to pull on them. But, whatever. If your brainwashed little mind is so convinced that lifting the slack out of a bridle rein is so painful to a horse, then you can just stay in your own little world.
It always comes back to us horrible bit users inflicting pain on them too. Hmmm, I wonder why they still drop their heads and pick the bit up out of my hand when I go to bridle them. It must be because they are so terrorized and afraid of it, right?
And you really shouldn't preach about other people "making" their horses do anything. Everyone who owns or rides a horse is making them do something that isn't normal or natural for them. We make
them stay in enclosed pens or stalls, we make
them pack us around, we make
them go where we want to go and do what we want to do.
If you don't like my ideas, then you are more than welcome to not read any of my posts