as a biology major who has had some emphasis in evolutionary biology, it’s hilarious how incels try to use examples from the natural world in order to explain male dominance, or how women should be submissive, or that because things are a certain way in one species it should apply to humans at all and give their backwards-ass views on sex and relationships any merit
here are some of the ways sex occurs in the natural world:
male and female ducks have reproductive organs that are basically in a sort of arms race; females evolved more complex and convoluted vaginas so males evolved complex and longer penises in return, so the two organs have been coevolving with each other (cats have fucked up penises too)
arthropods have a number of fucked up things, including: penile spears that bypass the vagina completely by literally stabbing the sperm into the ovaries, sperm plugs that prevent other males from mating (hence the need for penile spears), spiked/overly large/otherwise destructive penises that damage the vagina to prevent other males from mating, and many other things (there’s so many arthropod species)
birds: basically the only reason we see pretty colors or ridiculous displays in many bird taxa (think peacocks, birds-of-paradise) is for the males to show off how good their genes are; if a male can afford to keep and maintain ridiculous ornaments or obvious colors without dying, he must have good genes right? pretty male birds are basically the ultimate chads
in simians, testicle size is correlated with the number of males in social groups (bigger balls = more sperm production = greater chance of mating success); chimpanzees have much larger balls relative to body size than gorillas or orangutans since they don’t live solitary (like orangs) or in patriarchal groups dominated by an alpha-male (like gorillas)
on that note, humans have relatively small genitalia when compared to other simians (iirc gorillas are the only apes with smaller dicks than we do)
I could go on forever, but you get the picture. things in the natural world do not apply the same way that they do to humans at all and it’s absolutely ridiculous to act like they do in regards to a number of things, whether it is sex, reproduction, gender and gender roles, etc.