We should have the intellectual maturity to accept what experimental biologists have shown for over 140 years: that sexual selection is driven by mate preferences in sexually reproducing species. We should not take it upon ourselves to rework scientific terminology into mentalistic farce, pretending that the redefinition "proves" that sexual selection does not operate in the mating-systems of insect species.
Had a Pleistocene human believed that - with his mind alone - he could make the world behave as he wished it to behave, he (almost invariably) would have run across a direct refutation of his thinking-error in the form of bodily damage or extinction - as humans were (for most of our existence as a species) continually subject to the severe constraints in our environments.
Those in this cult convince themselves that they have the luxury of sliding into the rubbish-notion that reality is solely dependent on their minds without any possibility of being checked by counter-pressures. However - if our ancestors had embraced the idiocy (constantly on parade here), they would have experienced an immediate correction, and they probably would have died out.
Assume that an "out-of-the-world idea" (roughly comparable to those entertained by the cultists) took possession of a human 100k years ago - say - that he redefined the word "hand axe":
If our archaic friend tested the above redefinition by konking himself on the noggin with his hand-axe, he would have suffered brain damage or perished as a result of it.
The counter-real claim that - by redefining science-words, the phenomena which they range-over do not exist in the universe is an "out-of-the-world-idea" - because it's in direct collision with the fundamental features of reality with which science deals.
The pro-real claim made by evolutionary biologists that non-human organisms have mate preferences for reproductive traits (displayed by members of the opposite sex) is an "of-the-world-idea". Scientists routinely observe these facts in experiments and nature.
Khuno's, Norton's, Jerry's, JoshingThySelf's and Nate's mind-dependence slop almost seems to almost work on a Myspace group, but it would absurdly fail should these imbeciles come face-to-face with the consequences of it - by testing their belief-claims in the external world. Suppose the cultists redefined the word the "steamroller":
Should the above jolly-lot lie down in the path of an on-rushing steamroller - in order to test their redefinition, testing it would squash them into puddles of goo - instantly.
Myspace creepos cannot redefine the mate preferences out of insects - anymore than they can redefine the capacity to crush out of a steamroller. If they wish to contend - against science - that sexual selection (hence evolution) does not occur in non-human species, that's just delightful. But, they're not entitled to insist that accepting SS data as facts of nature is a "problem" - because a problem festers within them, and they have become carriers of the worst problem imaginable - a stubborn aversion to reality.