Some time ago, Google started making users to sign in with a Google address. I did not want a Google email address, but since Blogger was requiring it, I had to make one. I never had any intention of using it, but only wanted to use Blogger. Why did Google make the sign in procedure for Blogger the same as Google mail?This person, as with other Blogger blog owners, does not understand the difference between a Google account, and a GMail (Google email) account.
When Blogger changed their login screen, and started instructing us to
Sign in with your Google accountthey were making the term "Google account" more inclusive - not making the term "Blogger account" obsolete, or less inclusive.
A Google account, in this case, is based upon your current Blogger account. A Blogger account can be based on a GMail email address - or it can, just as easily (more easily, actually) be based on a non GMail email address.
When you see a reference to "your Google account", don't spend time complaining about violation of your right to choose your email address. Just use your Blogger account.