Stop right there, Skom. I very patiently explained the phylogenetics of same sex sexual behavior and I only referred to primates.<quoted text>
Quite a few people said how is it unnatural since it occurs with all other animal species and the only group to have a problem with it is humans
I have seen people twist your exchanges for a while now. Going off on ridiculous tangents about how Golden Retrievers are bred, as if that has anything to do with the point being made about titles or subsets within an overall classification
We see this issue different in a lot of ways and i generally try not to get into it in general. But their dishonest tactics are getting tiresome to watch
Don't you dare accuse me of being dishonest here - RiversideRacist directly misrepresented my position when he claimed I used dogs as an example. That's an outright lie.
I would never used dogs as an example. They're not primates, and primate examples abound. They've been modified through artificial selection, so they're not useful as an example of "natural categories" anyways.
I won't have your accusation that I've been dishonest when I inform you and RR how sex and sexuality works in biology. I won't have it.