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February 11, 2006

Birds facing extinction due to 'gay' ignorance

Homosexuals are proving once again that they are sincerely confused about sex and friendship, seemingly unable to differentiate between the two.

As the Texas Librarian stated in the blistering article in New Oxford Review (the one the activists were warned NOT to read), gays believe that male Humboldt pigeons at the Berlin zoo are homosexual based on this picture(left). All joking aside, this reveal serious judgment flaws regarding sex and sexuality by the homosexual community. What's more, the penguin's situation shows the dire consequences of homosexual behavior. Here's why:

  • 1. The birds pictured are only touching beaks. They are not involved in any way, shape form or fashion in sexual conduct. To homosexuals, this picture represents them. If it does, why aren't they following the example of the birds and being celibate? The zoo has not reported seeing any sexual activity between the male birds, just male bonding.
  • 2. The zoo flew in female birds from Switzerland in desperate effort to encourage mating with the goal of producing offspring. In other words, only a male and female penguin could produce the desired goal. Getting the two males to adopt a baby penguin will not resolve this crisis. The zoo is desperately hoping for heterosexual coupling:
    "We will be delighted if the penguins form even one heterosexual couple and manage to produce first an egg, and then a little one," they said.

    If the males do not mate with the females, there will be no penguins for the zoo to enjoy unless they bring in others who will mate. Listen carefully. This species is in danger of extinction UNLESS offspring is produced! But selfish homosexuals have fought against the efforts of the zoo to encourage heterosexual interaction between the species gender!
    Gays don't grasp the fundamental principle that preservation of human society is built on heterosexual "mating" and the reproduction of children. What we see in the birds is a perfect example of that unalterable truth.

  • 3. Homosexual activists quickly labeled the bird "gay", but if they are indeed "gay", such a word would have to be defined by the bird's activity which is sexual abstinence. Homosexuals have fought every abstinence program presented by family groups because they want gay labeled kids to get into the sex game as early as possible. Another serious laspe in judgment. What parent or concerned adult wants children sexually involved simply because of an unsubstantiated feeling? Apparently, gay sex advocates do.
  • 4.The article stated that the problem is not that the males refused the females, but that the females were shy and "had not made the first move". Humboldt penguins are the most timid of the species!
  • 5. The males are reacting normally like many human males who go through periods of bonding with other men. At that period, they may not seem to be interested in females, but in the process of time, that will happen.
    Heike Kueck said last year she was optimistic the initiative would be successful because zoo keepers had noticed that at one point a female penguin had managed to cause a couple of males to "separate".
    The zookeepers in Berlin, because of the dire consequences were attempting to speed up this process with the females, but are afraid of gay "outrage".
  • 6. Humboldt penguins, like all that species, are monogamous once paired. According to scientists, mates can recognize each other through vocal and visual mechanisms. Gay couples could certainly learn a lot from these birds.

    African pigeons branded "gay" Zoologists attributed the behavior of the penguins not to homosexuality, but an imbalance in the number of males and females.

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