Yes, we are. Nsaba-Buturo commonly says that not even animals have anal sex.
Well, these photos are from the New Scientist. They must know what they are talking about, not so? Here they are
Big Horn Sheep
Uh, point taken?
Now, now, now. There is a particular fallacious argument that I have been applying very consistently. No, not to justfy my morals, but to point out something that the New Scientist is relying on fallacious arguments. Here it is.
07 December 2009
WHEN the documentary film March of the Penguins came out in 2005, some Christians tried to exploit it to promote a conservative social agenda. To them, the penguins' apparent monogamy and selfless parenting affirmed the rightness of traditional family values.
This is a logical error sometimes called the "naturalistic fallacy": you cannot draw inferences about what is right from what happens in nature. Penguin behaviour tells you nothing about human morality.
The same applies to same-sex sexual behaviour in animals (see "Homosexual selection"). It might be tempting to use animal examples to refute claims that homosexuality is unnatural and therefore wrong. That would be a mistake. We have no need for fallacious arguments to support basic human rights.
I think that means that I shouldnt point out to Christians who tell me that not even animals have anal sex that that is not true? [injured expression...]