I don't want to get into the middle of a disagreement, but I will say that I read here on this site, that not everyone who tests positive for celiac tests positive for the genes. I know I have read it from several different posters over the years. I looked it up and the first one I found was from back in 2011.
You'll notice in the sixth post, there is a quote from Dr. F. made in 2009 in which he says ALMOST 100% of people with celiac have a gene for celiac. Now, that was a long time ago and the research may now show that EVERYBODY with celiac has one or more of the genes, but I DO understand why some folks question that since there have been so many posts right here (including this one that quotes Dr. F.) on our favorite website that say otherwise.
I guess the moral of the story is, we are still learning every day and what research shows to be true today may be disproven by the research of tomorrow.
And we shouldn't be getting mad at each other over it. (I haven't been glutened in a long time and my grouchiness is in remission. It has been replaced by a "group hug" condition.)
Love you guys. All of you.