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Thursday, October 12, 2006

Did your parents speak to you about the birds and the bees?

Well, mine, like scores of asian parents, certainly didn't. Other than the obligatory "You are a big girl now..". They just one day decided that I know all about it - from what sources they don't really want to know. But if yours did, they probably did not mean this:

The birds and the bees may be gay, according to the world's first museum
exhibition about homosexuality among animals. With documentation of gay or
lesbian behaviour among giraffes, penguins, parrots, beetles, whales and dozens
of other creatures, the Oslo Natural History Museum concludes human
homosexuality cannot be viewed as "unnatural".

It goes on to mention that a Dutch zoo had once organised tours to view homosexual couples among the animals.Can you imagine Australia Zoo (Steve Irwin's family zoo) having a 'night safari' to view coupling of your choice - homosexual, bisexual, asexual or straight? And the article goes on to mention that one of the exhibits shows two giant erect penises flailing above the water as two male right whales rub together . Bonobos, my favourite sort of monkeys, are apparently bisexual - relations between males are 'special'

Now, do we really want to know?

Of course, like all homosexually-related exhibitions/parades/documentation, there are the usual christians who are insisting that homosexuals will burn in hell. Yes, with brimstone and hellfires and all that. And interesting theories flood the question on why homosexuality exists…my fav is:

And a study of homosexual men in Italy suggested that their mothers and sisters
had more offspring. "The same genes that give homosexuality in men could give
higher fertility among women," he said.


Blogger Skippy-san said...

No, I learned the old fashioned way......sneaking dirty magazines back into the house!

It is disappointing to think that everything is turning gay though.............

10/13/2006 02:17:00 AM  
Blogger sourrain said...

ah well, less competition for you skippy!

and that's always a good thing

10/13/2006 04:27:00 PM  

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