Establishing Tomorrow’s Sexual Norms Today in Antarctica

Progressives have seized on observations of penguins engaging in homosexual deviancy as proof that it must be normal and healthy, bizarrely choosing wild animals as arbiters of propriety, normalcy, and morality. This has even inspired a children’s book that is used by government schools to brainwash little kids into embracing sexual perversion. Hopefully this revelation doesn’t inspire more children’s books:

Many years ago, British explorer George Murray Levick caught Adélie penguins engaging in all sorts of debauchery, such as necrophilia, sexual coercion and sexual abuse of chicks. Now, scientists have observed fur seals trying to have sex with penguins. …

This bizarre sexual behavior was actually first documented in 2006 when scientists spotted a fur seal trying to copulate with a king penguin on Marion Island, a remote and mostly barren island in the sub-Antarctic. …

Upon returning to the island to continue wildlife observations, scientists observed the strange act a further three times, which took them by surprise to say the least. …

As described in the journal Polar Biology, the team observed young male Antarctic fur seals sexually coercing (using force to achieve mating) king penguins on three separate occasions. The gender of the penguins was unknown…

All four acts observed so far seemed to follow a similar pattern where the seal chases, captures and then mounts the penguin. The seal then attempted to copulate with the penguin several times, with each effort lasting around five minutes. …

Like most birds, penguins don’t have external genitalia and instead possess an opening called a cloaca. They mate by pressing these organs together in what is known as a “cloacal kiss,” in which the sperm is transferred to the female. Traumatically for the penguins, some of the seals were thought to have successfully penetrated the victims’ cloacas during the act as blood was observed around the area afterwards. Although seals often catch and consume penguins, in all but one of the acts the seal let the penguin go afterward. After the most recently documented incident, however, the seal killed and ate the penguin. …

Why fur seals are engaging in these unusual activities is puzzling. … Although the harassment is difficult to explain, the possible increase in frequency seems to suggest that it may be becoming a learned behavior on the island.

Maybe the seals let liberals write their children’s books.

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A proud seal boldly defies prudes and bigots.

On a tip from Malaysian Neocon. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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