Uhm...it gets ridiculous if you're going to compare the sexual behaviors of humans and insects.<quoted text>Again you make the claim...
"a behavior that is carried out widely in nature is natural."
Yet a thousand cases out of approximately 8 or 9 MILLION species is hardly "carried out WIDELY" .018% is hardly widespread
You pretty much have to restrict the discussion to mammals. But since we're primates, we might as well just talk about primates. Same sex sexual behavior is a normal and natural behavior for primates.
Sure, it's not normal for insects. Humans don't have sex like insects. We also don't have sex like bacteria. So why are you making ridiculous and stupid claims?