Dolphins Have a Secret Gay and Bisexual Society: ‘It seems there is constant drama’

Posted by on Mar 28, 2012 at 8:28 am
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The most fabulous news I’ve read all day.

We’ve always known dolphins were clever – but now scientists have revealed that their societies are more complex than previously thought, with some of the animals even having bisexual and homosexual relationships.

Researchers from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth studied 120 bottlenose dolphins in Shark Bay, Western Australia, and found they had incredibly intricate relationships.

Some of the males were found to nurture bisexual and even homosexual relationships.

Co-author Richard Connor told Discovery News: ‘I work on the male dolphins, and their social lives are very intense – it seems there is constant drama.

‘I have often thought, as I watched their complicated alliance relationships, that their social lives would be mentally and physically exhausting, and I’m glad I’m not a dolphin.’
Imagine how raucous things get when the dolphins square off with the gay penguins.

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6 Responses to “Dolphins Have a Secret Gay and Bisexual Society: ‘It seems there is constant drama’”

  1. spepper on 28/28/12 at 9:31 am

    Next they’re gonna tell us they’ve found a group of dolphins that perform in a “Village People” tribute band. RIDICULOUS.

  2. Gunfighter on 28/28/12 at 6:55 pm

    So I’m guessing this is the another buoy for political correctness inasmuch as it shows that teh ghey is natural?

    BFD. Chimpanzees are basically gangbangers that kill other chimps for mean muggin’ on the wrong block.

    Aberrant behavior by another species provides no justification for the same in our own.

  3. tkim on 28/28/12 at 7:41 pm

    “Aberrant behavior by another species provides no justification for the same in our own.”

    Homosexual behavior has been observed in over 1500 species and documented in close to 500, including humans. It’s basically been prove over and over again that homosexuality is a natural and normal expression of sexuality, in addition to being shown (in humans) to correlate with several genetic and biological conditions by both the medical and scientific communities.

    Apologies if the science gets in the way of your views.

  4. ivefle on 29/29/12 at 11:25 am

    Lady down the street left her two dogs alone for 3 days. Left them plenty of food and had the water on an automatic feed system. Nice big dog door for the pups to enter and exit during doggie time. Big dog was old and died before she returned. Despite the abundance of food, the little dog had a taste for fresh meat, it appears. Got me wondering, if it’s good for the animals, it must be good for the humans, right?