They are Still Making Gay References to Those Male Penguins; Ryan Field Books

 They are Still Making Gay References to Those Male Penguins

Last year they couldn’t wait to compare gay men to a couple of male penguins, and now they are doing it again this year. Because who doesn’t want to be compared to a GD bird? I would just like to see them try this with any other marginalized group of people. Could you imagine the repercussions if they did?

A pair of two male African penguins at a Dutch zoo, who made international headlines last year when they stole an egg from a heterosexual couple, have now stolen the nest of a lesbian duo, DierenPark Amsersfoort said in a Facebook post.

In any event, here’s more about these two alleged gay male penguins. 

The truth is that homosexual behavior tends to be common with all animals. But that’s the animal world, and it has nothing to do with human beings. And there has been controversy. 

Its use in animal studies has been controversial for two main reasons: animal sexuality and motivating factors have been and remain poorly understood, and the term has strong cultural implications in western society that are irrelevant for species other than humans.



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