So you want quotations from a specific study to answer questions that you have hand picked years after the fact? That would be remarkable if that happened.
If you aren't arguing that one is an equivalent to the other, then it is pointless to make the argument. The answers for both of the scenarios would be completely irrelevant in comparison to other because they weren't the equivalent.
Do you consider pedophiles abnormal beings? Their abnormality is the result of an abnormal amount of white matter in there brain. Therefore, an abnormal level of white matter makes you abnormal. Gays also have abnormal amounts of white matter in their brain. Therefore, they are also abnormal.
The quote I gave you, which you quoted, was in reference to showing that the homosexual population is fundamentally different than the normal, heterosexual population.
You drew a conclusion from a study and provided the quotation that led to that conclusion. Either you didn't provide enough details, or your conclusion isn't logical based on the information you provided.
My argument is that many abnormal traits exist. You're somehow missing this. Taking into consideration the number of abnormal traits that exist, it's hard to argue that any one normal type of individual exists.
Homosexuality is abnormal compared to heterosexuality. Again, many traits are abnormal. Some people suffer from hypercholesterolemia due to genetics. They have abnormal genes that lead to abnormal blood cholesterol levels.
That quote doesn't state that homosexual individuals are fundamentally different than heterosexual individuals. It states that there are differences in cognitive abilities.