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Switzerland: Gay Animals are Coming Out of their Closets
Gay Animals are Coming Out of their Closets
Zurich Zoo Tour Focuses on Homosexuality in Animals
Mark Ledsom / Swiss Info.com
People who consider homosexuality to be "unnatural" might be forced to reconsider after a visit to Zurich zoo.
As part of the city's "Warm May" festival, the zoo is offering guided tours dealing with homosexuality among animals.
The crowd that gathered for the first tour comprised a predictable mix of homosexual humans and their curious heterosexual counterparts.
"I have kids at school who think that homosexuality is unnatural," one young teacher told Swissinfo, "so I wanted to come along and get some facts to prove them wrong."
Unfortunately the decision to schedule the tour for the early evening meant that most of the zoo's inhabitants were favoring sleep over any form of amorous activity. But, despite the lack of first-hand evidence, tour guide Myriam Sch?rz (pictured) assured her audience that gay and lesbian activity is a common part of animal life.
"I don't know of any species that is exclusively heterosexual," Sch?rz said. "There are studies of this going back hundreds of years, although scientists were previously reluctant to explore the matter further for fear that they would themselves be branded gay."
During the entertaining one-hour tour, Sch?rz recites evidence from American biologist Bruce Bagemihl's groundbreaking 1999 study "Biological Exuberance," which documented homosexual activity in more than 450 animal species.
Visitors to the zoo learn about the indiscriminate and almost insatiable sexuality of bonobo apes. And re-runs of Flipper might never be the same again after hearing how gay male dolphins use their lovers' blowholes for sexual gratification.
But there are also anecdotes from closer to home. "Right here in Zurich we once had a gay flamingo couple who remained partners for life," Sch?rz recalled. She pointed out other examples, including dominant silver-back gorillas who "have been seen engaging in homosexual activity and deliberately shunning available females."
"Humans seem to be the only species where homosexuals are not readily accepted in society," Scharz said. "Animal societies tend to stay together and accept each other."
Skeptics and believers alike will be welcome at the zoo when the last two tours take place on May 28.