What makes a person homosexual is a mystery still to be revealed — as well as a sociopolitical hot potato. But let's talk about what the oxytocin hypothesis might mean for same-sex relationships. Certainly, gay men and lesbian women love and bond the same way that straight people do.
A rare romantic encounter between two male lions has been captured in Kenya by a wildlife photographer. The two lions were spotted in a secluded bush area on the Masai Mara, seen to be nuzzling and mounting each other. Wildlife photographer and guide for Exodus Travels, Paul Goldstein, saw the lions standing side-by-side before one lay down and the other mounted him.
Charles Roselli set out to discover what makes some sheep gay. Then the news media and the blogosphere got hold of the story. Roselli, a researcher at the Oregon Health and Science University, has searched for the past five years for physiological factors that might explain why about 8 percent of rams seek sex exclusively with other rams instead of ewes.
I was using a lot of dating sites for many years and I could only meet people who were seeking for casual sex or a relationship where they can be financially dependent on someone. One of my friends was a registered member of AGM and asked me to enrol too. As I was desperate to have a life partner and tried all other ways of doing it, I called up the CEO, understood the process and got registered.
A five-and-a-half-inch deep-sea squid that lives a solitary life up to half a mile down in the dark waters of the Pacific Ocean is the latest addition to the hundreds of species that are known to engage in same-sex sex. Over the years, scientists have added one creature after another to the list, making it clear that although nature may abhor a vacuum, it seems to be fine with just about everything else. Male squid, for example, pay no attention to the sex of other squid.
Homosexual behavior in animals is sexual behavior among non-human species that is interpreted as homosexual or bisexual. This may include same-sex sexual activitycourtshipaffectionpair bondingand parenting among same-sex animal pairs. The sexual behavior of non-human animals takes many different forms, even within the same species, though homosexual behavior is best known from social species.
By Victoria Woollaston. Despite the vast majority of male insects regularly taking part in homosexual activities, such as courting and mating, scientists claim it isn't because they are gay - instead they may just be confused during the throes of reproduction. In the rush to reproduce, researchers from Tel Aviv University claim insects don't have time to check the sex of a mate so are homosexual 'by accident'.
Over species of insects engage in same-sex mating in some species, it's even more common than heterosexual mating. Scientists have been speculating about why they might what leads to the puzzling behavior, which takes time and energy, exposes the insects to potential disease to injury, and offer no benefits as far as creating offspring. Are they mating as a form of social dominance, a practice behavior, or expressing a sexual preference?