I watched a Dutch Jewish television program about someone who shows his love for the Talmud and tries to translate it and give some interpretations of it. At the end of the program he asks the following question to Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: "Nature is created by G-d, He is the Creator of all nature. If 10% of the Lions - which G-d made this way - show homosexual behavior, then why is it that regarding humans it is taught that it's a abomination or abhorrence?"
Before this the rabbi talked about the room for interpretation and the symbolic approach of a lot of verses. At this point he gives the following answer based on the word: 'toevah': It means something in which you are mistaken, and it's certain that there is a prohibition of homosexuality for heterosexuals. If you are heterosexual from nature it's not allowed to behave in a homosexual way. But if you are really homosexual, the Torah isn't talking about that, but there is a big problem, also in science, which is how does one determine what someone is by nature from birth on? Besides it's not like there is a choice, the normal way is for humans to be heterosexual in order to reproduce, but again one is really homosexual by nature the Torah doesn't prohibit it."
Are there any commentaries and rabbinical discussions on this word toevah in regard to this topic?