Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Unlike people, bonobos don’t ‘look for the helpers’

By the age of three months, human babies can already follow Mr. Rogers’ advice to ‘look for the helpers.’ In fact, human infants naturally show a strong preference for individuals who help rather than hinder others. Now, a study finds that the same cannot be said of bonobos. While bonobos are similarly adept in discriminating helpers from hinderers, they show the opposite bias, consistently favoring hinderers over helpers.