I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying there is no reason to judge Adam or yourself. The LORD judged Eve a transgressor. Perhaps it was because she ate first, and so knowing good and evil, she knew what she was doing. If you want to judge Eve, then judge her weak and on the principle that women are weak as Paul does.
The LORD heard the testimony of the man and the woman, and he said to the woman, What have you done? Gen. 3:13 The LORD didn't say, What have you done to Adam, did he? No. He said it to the woman.
The woman, as Paul said, was judged a transgressor based on what she had done. Not only had she eaten the fruit, she had caused Adam to eat as well. I'm not saying Adam didn't disobey, but he disobeyed because he listened to the voice of the woman, Eve.
Paul's understanding is that the woman was deceived by the Serpent. The Serpent didn't deceive Adam, did he? No. So for that reason Paul said Adam was not deceived. There's no other reason he said that, unless Paul is telling us something new. Perhaps, as I said, Adam didn't know what he was eating. But to continue, for sure Paul's statement is being misconstrued. Only the misled would say it means Adam chose to sin.