Dear Straight People,
If you thought gay sex was unnatural, you thought wrong.
Humans aren’t the only ones with gay tendencies. Animals like to get it on with members of the same sex too. But I’m sure you know that already. Gay activists have been throwing around this fact so much so that even people living under a rock would know this by now.
BUT what you probably don’t know is just how gay Mother Nature can be. Homosexuality is found in almost EVERY SINGLE species on Earth! But when it comes to getting it on with members of the same sex, the following 10 animals cum out on top (pun intended).
I’m just going to put it out there. I find it hard to imagine snails engaging in any form of sexual activity. All snails seem to do is park themselves on pavements and make us feel bad when we dirty our shoes with their carcasses. But surprise surprise, snails actually have sex!!!
One species of snail, the Aegista Diversifamilia, was named as such because it is hermaphroditic, meaning it has both male and female genitalia! The fact that the Aegista Diversifamilia was named in honour of same-sex marriage made it pretty much mandatory that we include it on our list too.
The answer to the age old debate of whether homosexuality is a choice or not has been put to rest thanks to the brains of gay sheep.
According to a ground breaking study, scientists found that the brains of gay rams differed significantly to those of straight rams. The part of the brain responsible for sexual behaviour in gay rams were half the size of their straight counterparts and were more similar in size to those of straight female sheep.
This might perhaps explain why up to 8% of rams engage in exclusively homosexual relations.
Male lions aren’t just a symbol of masculinity and power. They’re also a symbol of gay pride as well! As one of the horniest cat species in the world, it’s quite unfathomable that some male lions refuse to get physical with the female species.
While some homosexual encounters in the animal kingdom could be attributed to social structure favouring homosexual relations, there’s currently no other explanation for homosexual behaviour among male lions other than the fact that some lions just really like gay sex!
7. Killer Whales
If I had to be reincarnated as an animal in my next life, killer whales would be one of my top picks.
Male orcas have been known to spend entire afternoons doing nothing but fool around with other male orcas. But thats not all. Up to 50% of all male killer whales have engaged in gay sex before!
I think I just found my spirit animal.
Penguins are famous for forming lifelong monogamous relationships.
But did you know that up to 10% of penguins in zoo populations are in a same-sex relationship! In fact, a pair of gay male penguins at a Danish zoo hit the headlines when they successfully raised an egg!
Take that all those detractors who argue that same-sex couples can’t be good parents!
5. Sea Lions
Rounding up our top 5 is none other than the lions of the sea. A staggering 80% of male sea lions have mated with other males!
Here’s a surprising fact for you. Flamingos have been known to form lifelong same-sex relationships.
Here’s another surprising fact for you. A gay flamingo couple at Edinburg Zoo actually adopted and raised an abandoned chick as their own! Awwwwww.
Dolphins have been known to engage in gay orgies and there’s even a term to describe a gay dolphin orgy. It’s called a ‘wuzzle’!
It’s also common for male bottlenose dolphins to form short-term sexual relationships with one another, with some of them mating with their gay partner for life.
The genitals of bonobos have actually evolved in order to accommodate gay sex!
Some scientists hold the belief that the genitals of female bonobos are shaped in such a way as to facilitate lesbian sex rather than sex with the opposite gender.
Topping our list of the top 10 gayest animals is none other than the giraffe.
And the reason for choosing the giraffe as our top pick is pretty straightforward; 94% of sexual activity observed among giraffes is actually gay sex!
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