Alma, you said this and genuinely thought you were making some kind of brilliant point:
So apes are humans?
That's all I need to show you are not an intelligent person.
My entire counter to your "we're animals" argument is that there are differences between animals and humans regardless if you consider humans as animals or not. You countered that humans are apes, disregarding that distinction, implying that we are animals, great apes to be exact. So, by baboons being ***, it's natural for humans to be *** or something to that effect.
Well, I simply turned your statement around to say "oh, apes are humans?". Obviously you don't believe that. So, if it doesn't work both ways, then that means that there are not equal and there exist a difference between the two. In other words, just because something is natural with an ape or baboon, doesn't mean it's natural with humans because we aren't the same thing! Else, you would have agreed to the "apes are humans".
I already explained that to you. Just because it's natural for a cheetah to run at incredible fast rates, doesn't make it natural for a house cat to do the same because they are both cats. They are two different animals.
So, if I missed your mark, then what was the relevance in mentioning homosexuality in nature?
What you said was equivalent to "All fish are Sharks", just because all Sharks are fish does not make the converse statement true. You're an idiot if you think you were making some kind of brilliant point by saying this.
Humans, **** Sapiens, are a species of great ape. Just like Gorillas are a species of Great Ape. This doesn't mean all Apes are Gorillas. Do you understand what I am saying, because I honestly don't believe you do.
Vertebrates - we share attributes with all other vertebrates.
Placentals - We share attributes with all other placentals.
Mammals - we share attributes with all other mammals.
Primates - we share attributes with all other primates.
Great Apes - we share attributes with all other great apes.
This does not mean that I am saying that all other species that fit into any one of these categories also have to be Human. This is the crux of your fallacious "counter-argument". It is disingenuous to the highest degree.