Amsterdam Honors Pride Month With An Event Focused On Homosexuality in the Animal Kingdom
Here’s something rather uplifting and cute: the Amsterdam-based Artis Zoo is celebrating the city’s Pride Month via a one-hour guided tour focused on “homosexuality in the animal kingdom.”
Pink News reports the event will transpire July 28-29 and August 4—5. The famous canal Pride parade is scheduled for the afternoon of Aug. 4.
A reporter for Vice confirmed that curious parties can observe homosexuality in the animal kingdom in species like Japanese macaques, griffon vultures, penguins and flamingos.
A lecture on the topic of sexual diversity in the animal kingdom is scheduled for Aug. 2.
Homosexuality in the animal kingdom has long been observed, with homosexual behavior in over 450 species documented by scientists. Here are just a few notable recent examples.
In February of this year, a gay lion orgy was reported out of Midlands Safari Park. In April, two male gorillas got in on at Rotterdam Zoo.
Two gay penguins were caught last year for stealing eggs from straight couples at a Chinese Zoo.
Also in 2017, PETA claimed that polar bear Szenja died of a broken heart at Sea World San Diego after her same-sex partner of nearly 21 years, Snowflake, was transferred to the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Love is love.
h/t: Pink News