|Gay penguins the "best parents"|
|Preacher Dag Heward-Mills says there's no gay animals|
The worst thing about this is that the church he was preaching at has gay members there in attendance.
But again, maybe the worst thing is the lie that same sex couples don't exist in nature. Of course they do as years of research has shown. This is the great lie of the church, that being gay is "against nature". It isn't at all. He says:
“Dogs, cats, leopards mention the animal. Which one has one partner? It is just like homosexuality you don’t have male and maleThere are plentiful examples of gay animals documented over time. Who could forget the gay penguins? Either this preacher is completely ignorant, or he's completely lying. I'd say the latter.
“If you use that reasoning, you will find that homosexuality is not natural. You don’t find two male dogs, two male lions, two male impalas Two male cats, even lizards, two elephants. It is unnatural.
“Yes, there is nothing like that in nature. And in the same way there is nothing like one to one Nature is one to several.”
Recent research has found that homosexual behavior in animals may be much more common than previously thought. Although Darwin’s theory of natural selection predicts an evolutionary disadvantage for animals that fail to pass along their traits through reproduction with the opposite sex, the validity of this part of his theory has been questioned with the discoveries of homosexual behavior in more than 10% of prevailing species throughout the world.
Currently, homosexual behavior has been documented in over 450 different animal species worldwide. For instance, observations indicate that Humboldt, King, Gentoo, and Adélie penguins of the same sex engage in “mating rituals like entwining their necks and vocalizing to one another.” In addition, male giraffes have also been observed engaging in homosexual behavior by rubbing their necks against each others’ bodies while ignoring the females. Yet another example is lizards of the genus Teiidae, which can copulate with both male and female mates. Yale Scientific