On an individual or the group level:
every ‘one’ […] who communicates should be able to use their ways of communication, their ways to communicate. This must be valid for all cultural terrains. And we must acknowledge – in the sense of a parity right to communication-diversity – equally Animal Languages and Animal Communication.
Regardless of our ability or inability to deal with the fact that communication and language diversity are not a single evolutionary phenomenon or god given gifts, or anything in the sequence of ethically-segregational thought.
Biologistic (seclusionist and hegemonial) reductionism marks the most typical discriminatory approach to Nonhumans today. Animal Sociology