Saturday, December 14, 2013

DEPRAVED PENGUINS



In 1911, George Murray Levick documented homosexual behaviour in Penguins at Cape Adare.

He described this behaviour as "depraved".

His report was considered too shocking for public release, and it was suppressed until 2012.

Some of the readers of this blog are like Levick.

According to scientist Petter Bøckman: "No species has been found in which homosexual behaviour has not been shown to exist, with the exception of species that never have sex at all, such as sea urchins and aphis."


In most human societies throughout history, males who had male lovers were not labeled as homosexual, and they usually had wives or other female lovers.

The idea of dividing people into heterosexual and homosexual is primarily a Jewish idea, taken over by certain brainwashed Christians.

The Jews of the old Testament wanted to increase the size of the tribe and so they discouraged homosexual or bisexual behaviour.


Gay couple in China

Bisexuality has been observed in all human societies[8] throughout recorded history.

In Roman times, it was expected and socially acceptable for a Roman to want sex with both female and male partners.

It was no different in South America, Africa and Asia, before the missionaries came.

Sigmund Freud believed that every human being is bisexual.

Scientist D. Dixon (1985) found that bisexual men had more sexual activities with women than did heterosexual men. 


Samoans

Bressler and Lavender (1986) found that bisexual women had more orgasms per week and they described them as stronger than those of hetero- or homosexual women. 

They also found that marriages with a bisexual female were happier than heterosexual unions, observed less instance of hidden infidelity, and ended in divorce less frequently. 

Goode and Haber (1977) found bisexual women to be sexually mature earlier.

Brendan Zietsch of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research proposes the theory that men exhibiting female traits become more attractive to females and are thus more likely to mate.


In Scientific American Mind, scientist Emily V. Driscoll stated that homosexual and bisexual behavior fosters bonding: "The more homosexuality, the more peaceful the species".

In the animal kingdom, creatures from cockroaches to seagulls to dolphins exhibit bisexual behavior.

Studies show that the bisexual behavior is innate and common.

animals proven to have bisexual behavior


Gay people

The Amazon river dolphin has been reported to form up in bands of 3–5 individuals enjoying group sex. The groups usually comprise young males
Bruce Bagemihl studied mating giraffes in the wild and found that nine out of ten pairings occur between males.

Courtship, mounting, and full anal penetration between bulls has been noted to occur among American Bison

The Mandan nation Okipa festival concludes with a ceremonial enactment of this behavior.

Bonobos, which have a matriarchal society, are a fully bisexual species - both males and females engage in heterosexual and homosexual behavior, being noted for female-female homosexuality in particular. 

Roughly 60% of all bonobo sexual activity occurs between two or more females.

In the case of penguins same-sex individuals mate for life and refuse to pair with females when given the chance.[28][29]

19 comments:

shirlz007 said...

Pah... peoples sex lives are their own business... as long as its consenting and within an appropriate age gap (something where the boundaries are blurred between abuse and mature consenting sexual relationship)... sometimes I wish I was gay!
''Your sexually attracted to men?... lucky bastard! You have no idea what it's like to be strictly heterosexual... women are absolutely mental... and they've weaponised sex!''

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE HOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE THEORY!!!

"Our Holographic Universe" --Will It Prove to Be the Greatest Theory of the 21st Century?

http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2013/12/our-holographic-universe-it-could-prove-to-be-the-greatest-theory-of-the-21st-century.html

I believe the mainstream media has been running with it past few days.
(another reason 'The Cult of Icke' will be rubbing their hands with glee)

Andrew Llewellyn said...

Well i'm glad i am not an animal but a human being!
Andy

Anonymous said...

@Llewellyn - Humans are animals too, dumbass.... Welcome to reality

Anonymous said...

Aangirfan,

You refer to Petter Bockman's claims. Well, other people can research, too.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/wildlife/7735232/Can-animals-be-gay.html

You fail to note there is significant disagreement among scientists regarding this claim.

Wikipedia is not a good source for sociological/psychological assertions and many other types claims as Wikipedia is known for it's "politically correct" bent.

Wikipedia is well known for suppressing various ideas, facts, and evidence which doesn't fit their political agenda. As example, supposed global warming.

The telegraph article, however, is at least balanced, as opposed your presentation.

From the Telegraph article:

"Others argue that animals are programmed to be heterosexual in order to survive. Dr Antonio Pardo, professor of bioethics at the University of Navarre, Spain, said: 'Homosexuality does not exist in animals.'

'Nevertheless, the interaction of other instincts, such as dominance, can result in behaviour that appears to be homosexual."'

Professor Paul Harvey, head of zoology at the University of Oxford, said it is wrong to use examples of animals to support arguments over whether it is 'natural' to be gay.

He said: 'It is a huge mistake to think studying homosexuality in animals gives us a greater understanding of human behaviour.'

'If you want to know why humans are gay, ask a human.'"

And the above quote is the concluding sentence of the article.

Did you know about this article?

Now maybe you didn't see this article, that's possible.

My suspicion, however, is that you read the article, but realized it wouldn't help your case, so you simply cherry picked what you wanted and ignored what didn't fit into your preferred narrative.

Is this an example of the quality of your research and reporting?

And, you want to be persuasive?

I'm sorry, Aangirfan, as opposed to an honest researcher, you come across, regarding this topic, as an individual with an a political agenda, who ignores what doesn't fit their agenda.

Anonymous said...

Aangirfan,

What do you think about the U. N.?

Do you think it is controlled by the elite? Most alternative researchers do think it is controlled by the elite.

And what is the U.N.'s agenda?

The U. N. actively pushes the agenda of "normalizing homosexuality" and they actively direct this agenda towards children.

I'm sorry, Aangirfan, the more you push this agenda, the more your objectively comes into question.

BY SUSAN MUYIYI

"The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF has come under sharp criticism for distributing in Uganda a teenagers’ guide book that says homosexuality is normal.

Parents complain that the book misguides the youth; ethics minister Nsaba Buturo calls it a disaster, and education ministry officials say they know nothing about it.


Fifteen thousand copies of The Teenagers Toolkit, were printed in 2002 and distributed in over 30 districts, according to UNICEF. The book, produced in collaboration with the UK-based Health Link World wide, aims at educating 15-19 year olds about their sexual and reproductive health."

This just proves my point: There is an active political agenda, of the elite, which apparently you share, of normalizing homosexuality.

A little logic for you to consider, taking your position that humans are bisexual is true, for the sake of argument, then if all people are bisexual, as you claim, but the vast majority do not act out in bisexual ways, then, nobody has to homosexual.

The bisexual claim, while seeming to be a successful tactic to promote homosexuality as normal, actually shows that no one need be homosexual. Rather, it is all a product of socialization.

The elite agenda of socialization.

Anon said...

Most of the TELEGRAPH article supports the idea of bisexual and gay animals.

The eccentric Dr Antonio Pardo, professor of bioethics at the University of Navarre, Spain, said: "Homosexuality does not exist in animals."

Pardo may be blind or a Catholic puritan?

"A dearly held popular myth among sexual puritans is that animals only engage in sex for procreation – and so that is it’s only purpose. The evidence flatly contradicts it. Masturbation is common, and also oral sex, group sex, anal intercourse, penetration without ejaculation, and even forms of sex not available to humans..."

Andrew Llewellyn said...

Anon-dumbass, you feel free to call yourself an animal but i prefer to refer to my self as human and i don't think i should be insulted for holding that view.
Andy

Anon said...

Uganda was bisexual until the missionaries came along with their lunatic agenda.

Now, in parts of Africa, bisexual people can be executed for their activities.

UNICEF is quite right to distribute in Uganda a teenagers’ guide book that says homosexuality is normal.

Anonymous writes: "if all people are bisexual, as you claim, but the vast majority do not act out in bisexual ways, then, nobody has to be homosexual."

I don't think you have a degree in logic.

I claim that the majority are bisexual and that the majority act in bisexual ways.

In the central African Zande culture, before European conquest, it was regarded "as very sensible for a man to sleep with boys when women are not available or are taboo."

English anthropologist E. E. Evans-Pritchard was told that some Azande men had sex with boys "just because they like them."

The adult males paid the families of boy wives, just as they paid for female brides. The two slept together at night, "the husband satisfying his desires between the boy's thighs. When the boy grew up he joined the company and took a boy-wife in his turn. It was the duty of the husband to give his boy-wife a spear and a shield when he became a warrior. He then took a new boy-wife."

One commander, Ganga, told Evans-Pritchard that there were some men who, although they had female wives, still married boys. "When a war broke out, they took their boys with them...

If another man had relations with his boy, the husband could sue the interloper in court for adultery."

The South African Thonga provide another particularly well-documented instance of a boy-wife role.

A number of southern and western African societies also had female husbands.

Anon said...

Gender-crossing homosexuality has been discussed as common in the (Nigerian) Hausa bori cult (and in Afro-Brazilian offshoots of west African spirit-possession religion).

Among the Maale of southern Ethiopia, some males crossed over to feminine roles. Called ashtime, these (biological) males dressed as women, performed female tasks, cared for their own houses, and apparently had sexual relations with men, according to Donald Donham.

One gave Donham a clear statement of the "third gender" conception: "The Divinity created me wobo, crooked. If I had been a man, I could have taken a wife and begotten children. If I had been a woman, I could have married and borne children. But I am wobo; I can do neither."

Among Swahili-speakers on the Kenya coast, particularly in the port of Mombasa, mashoga are transgendered prostitutes who have all the liberties of men and are also welcome in many contexts in which men are prohibited.

The paid partner usually takes the receptive role during intercourse, but it is likely that his inferiority derives from the fact that he is paid to provide what is asked for, rather than from his undertaking a particular sexual role. The one who pays is called the basha (derived from "pasha," a high-ranking official and the local term for the king in packs of playing cards).

Among the Fon, the predominant people in Dahomey (now Benin), Melville Herskovits in the 1930s reported that, after the age at which boys and girls may play together, "the sex drive finds satisfaction in close friendship between boys in the same group . . . . A boy may take the other 'as a woman,' this being called gaglgo, homosexuality. Sometimes an affair of this sort persists during the entire life of the pair".

Most of the reports of homosexual relations not involving differences in age or gender status involved young, unmarried men's sexual relationships with each other.

Kurt Falk wrote about an especially intimate bond of association, soregus, among the southeastern African Naman that included sex both between men and between women (with mutual masturbation the most common form of sex, but also males taking turns at anal penetrations and females using dildoes on each other).

Anon said...



An "exceptionally reliable" Nykakyusa (a people living around what is now the Tanzania/Zimbabwe border) reported to Monica Wilson in the early 1930s that male friends, who live in villages of age-mates when not out herding cattle, generally sleep together.

The Nykakyusa accepted that male friends who danced together would have sexual relations.

"Even if people see them in flagrante delicto, they say it is adolescence (lukulilo), all children are like that: they say that sleeping together and dancing is also adolescence," according to Wilson's elder. He reported that interfemoral intercourse is "what boys mostly do" and also reported anal and oral sex, ("some, during intercourse, work[ing] in the mouth of their friend, and hav[ing] an orgasm").

An Ovimbundu (in Angola) informant, told an ethnographer, "There are men who want men, and women who want women. . . . A woman has been known to make an artificial penis for use with another woman."

Among the Tswana (in addition to homosexuality among the men laboring in the mines), it was reported that back home "lesbian practices are apparently fairly common among the older girls and young women, without being regarded in any way reprehensible." Use of artificial penises was also reported among the Ila and Naman tribes of South Africa.

There are reports of age-differentiated roles in Lesotho. Relationships are initiated voluntarily by one girl who takes a liking to another and simply asks her to be her mummy or her baby, depending on their relative age, according to Judith Gay.

"The most frequently given reason for initiating a particular relationship was that one girl felt attracted to the other by her looks, her clothes, or her actions. . . . Sexual intimacy is an important part of these relationships." Over time, a Sotho may undertake both roles (with different partners) or play the same role with different partners.

Murray concludes:

With reports from hundreds of sub-Saharan African locales of male-male sexual relations and from about fifty of female-female sexual relations, it is clear that same-sex sexual relations existed in traditional African societies.

- Aangirfan

Newspaceman said...

I do the conventional daily duties of a woman - house keeping, school run, shopping etc. Plus a lot of other things.

My partner is about 6ft, works in a male dominated environment where she fits in well and, probably, she is quite masculine, although I don't see it in that way

So, I can see, sort of, why humans could be predominantly bisexual, although I admit to being slight mysogynistic, especially in the playground, listening to the drivel that passes as conversation. Having said that, I don't find any men sexually attractive.

I agree with the comment in the last post re the elite using "sex" as a lever for the collective and that they see themselves as gods.

Finally,and most importantly is it the kilt Aangirfan, that seduces you into Scottish independence ?

If so, beware, a serpent may linger.

cheers

Anonymous said...

While the stated issue here is 'sexuality', the real issue is hate and anger, jealousy and control, none of which vibrate at the level of LOVE.

FEAR encompasses the above, vibrating at the basest levels, and that is the vast majority of our human family.

PEACE xx

Anonymous said...

Human Beings are not animals even though they share many of the same biological building blocks that other mammals possess. And walking around with fetishes and bones through your nose does not qualify as highly elevated culture nor does it qualify as a reason to accept depravity of homosexuality. Remember the Victor writes history; and the "victor" has an agenda, and it is to break down all elevated societies to the status of what the Victor truly believes the members are: that of animal, specifically cattle.

Anonymous said...

I have found the behavior (homosexuality) as more of a gender confusion resulting from sexual/ other abuse at a young age. Though there are no doubt many other reasons for it as there is for other sexual behaviors such as hetero- promiscuity, pedophilia, etc. The "homophobic label" doesn't fit everyone who believes homosexuality is morally wrong as I do. Certain behaviors can be anatomically incorrect and even physically harmful ( if practiced by heterosexual couples as well... as emergency room workers can tell you). I also oppose those who would "unjustly" discriminate against "anyone" for ANY reason. Unfortunately, we live in the "Age of Propaganda" lead by the PC movement. Homosexual activist groups... like other propagandists organizations such as ADL/ pro Israel organizations/ War on Terrorism special interests.. et. al. Their only weapon is character assassination in the attempt to stifle or control the debate. Truth is the enemy. Forget "tolerance" ... it is a meaningless slogan used to advance an agenda. The Matthew Shepherd lie is an example of agenda over truth.

Anonymous said...

@Llewellyn - u insulted urself

Anonymous said...

Depraved penguins, eh?
I’m afraid I’m going to have to call you out on this ‘coupling’ of one unrelated thing to another.
I’ve always had the feeling that a person can’t understand a man by observing a rat.

Comparison is how our brains assess. But to equate is something different.
If penguins do it then it’s fine for men to do it cos it’s only natural right?
Wrong.

What is nature?
Nature embraces diversity. At its nuke is reproduction and it achieves this any which way it can.
The natural world is a laboratory and provides examples, experimenting with a wide range of methods for reproducing a species. That’s the idea see – not to go extinct.
The creation tries out hermaphroditic reproduction, self fertilisation, gestation in a kangaroo’s pocket – you name it. Life wants to live.

Now mankind – I mean has he got a brain or hasn’t he?
Is he very similar to another species? I believe it’s pigs as far as I know that are our nearest relative.
Food for thought.

But back to ‘mankind’. And I don’t include women there from this point on.
Let’s just say that something seems to be culminating in these late days, let’s just say – coming to a climax - seems an apt way to put it.
Yeah, what’s climaxing? The man to man world. Oldest love story in the book.

Who knows maybe we’ll get a heterosexual society one of these days. Where the pleasure principle reverts to its secondary or tertiary and very minor role.

Paul said...

Anon at 11:14. Your only weapon appears to be illogical prattle. Oh, and by the way, he isn't real.

Anonymous said...

Newspaceman has it right I think.

The Elite are using sex as a way to control the Kollective and as much as I love Scotland this New Scottish Communitarian Constitution will be the undoing of all sovereign nations everywhere.

Magna Carta? What's that?

Anonymous said...

In the African example[s] cited above, one is initiated in youth and then in turn initiates youths, when aged into that role. This set-up seems to be a vital characteristic of warrior societies like ancient Sparta. Excusing activities that are engaged in obsessively/ compulsively as healthy, like violence and abnormal sexuality where things generally have to escalate to hold the same excitement, is in my opinion, making a virtue of an unhealthy necessity,AKA compulsion.

 
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