I have watched far too many nature documentaries during the course of my life and these days if I am clicking through the TV offerings and land on any offerings from David Attenborough you would not see my finger hit the next button because it happens with out a seconds delay. That said I do appreciate the quality of the footage and the insights into the natural world its just that I think there is only so much of that stuff that anyone can watch in their life time before their brain explodes form shear boredom. Now we have a Gay activist whining that David Attenborough is “ignoring” instances of homosexuality in nature:
Obviously this stems from a desire by many homosexuals to argue against the description of their sexuality as “unnatural”. To this end they scour studies of animal behaviour to find instances of same sex couplings and “gay” sexual activity. Of course there are examples of this aberrant behaviour in other species but as it can not produce progeny it is biologically entirely pointless. That does not mean that we can, by extension, deride and dismiss human homosexuality. Such behaviour does seem to be in the nature of a small percentage of our species and I personally don’t see what all the fuss is about as long as we respect the rights of all of our individuals to share their genitalia with any other consenting adult regardless of their gender it does not matter to me how “natural” or ” unnatural” such behaviour is. Maybe its time for Gay activists like Brett Mills to get over himself and stop trying to force all of society to think the same way that he does about sexuality.
- David Attenborough accused of excluding homosexuality from animal documentaries (pinkbananaworld.com)
- Wildlife documentaries. No homo? (safaricamkenya.com)
- The phenomenon of homosexuality in today’s world (english.pravda.ru)