1. Zeigeist2012 Zeigeist2012 United States says:

    Some now espouse that monkeys, and basically the over-all animal kingdom, are naturally, sexually perverted as a part of male dominance while leaving the female monkey simply perverted…. Well, if this is true for the animal kingdom, by and large, though the validity of this claim is inherently ridiculous, at best, and disputable as far as evil tendencies of the freak minority goes, then the people who believe this non-sense should use such critters as a their personal role models and do as they do…. But, please, keep the beastiality to yourselves…and have very blessed lives….

    • Amx Amx United Kingdom says:

      Just to clarify, this article counteracts a claim often made by homophobes of all stripes that homosexuality is 'unnatural'. Nowhere is it saying that because it occurs in animals we should be happy to do everything that animals do, for example eating our own shit (a favourite insult of the Phelps brigade).

      Also those posting claiming that if homosexuality was 'normal' that none of us would be here because two people of the same sex can't procreate. Well guess what, gay sex has been happening since the dawn of time and we are all still here on this discussion board, just as all of the animals displaying homosexual behaviour have managed to continue the propagation of their species.

      Jus' sayin'

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