Humans and animals

Homosexuality and necrophilia in animals

The homosexuality in animals myth refers to the current interest on whether homosexual behavior is or is not zoologically “natural.” This is largely a sterile debate because behavior is not necessarily moral even if “natural;” because the nature of human beings is not necessarily the same as the nature of other species, and because it is not at all clear when an observed behavior can be counted as “sexual,” or as implying a sexual “orientation.” Examples such as one male mounting another have been used as evidence in the argument that homosexuality is natural and therefore should be permitted in human beings. Gay groups argue that if homosexual behavior occurs in animals, it is natural, and therefore the rights of homosexuals should be protected.

Creation Ministries International wrote on this subject of whether or not there is homosexuality in the animal kingdom: “There is…documented proof of cannibalism and rape in the animal kingdom, but that doesn’t make it right for humans.” While some animals (like the lion) eat their young, neither supporters or opponents of “gay rights” have used this as an argument in favor of infanticide or cannibalism. Thus, a healthy dose of wariness needs to be employed in making scientific claims about homosexual animals justifying homosexual humans.

Although homosexual behavior is very common in the animal world, it seems to be very uncommon that individual animals have a long-lasting predisposition to engage in such behavior to the exclusion of heterosexual activities. Thus, a homosexual orientation, if one can speak of such thing in animals, seems to be a rarity.

By Dr. Karl Wieland for Conservapedia

The crows copulate with corpses

Crows are highly social birds, and that bond continues even after death: Living crows often gather and caw loudly near the bodies of their fallen comrades.

Some of them, on occasion, go a bit further than that: They have sex with the corpses.

Crows are not alone in this peculiar predilection. Scientists have witnessed isolated examples of different types of animals — from ducks to dolphins — trying to copulate with deceased members of their own species. But scientists couldn’t say how common that behavior is among species, which makes it difficult to explain why animals were doing it.

Furthermore, the crows that mounted dead birds often demonstrated aggressive behaviors in addition to a sexual response. It’s possible that the heightened stress of breeding season, combined with the sight of a dead crow, simply confuses some individuals, so they respond to a corpse with both aggression and sex.

From Live Science

Necrophilia, cannibalism, murder and homosexuality in humans

Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer (1960 – 1994), also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, was an American serial killer and sex offender, who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991. Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts.

Although diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder, and a psychotic disorder, Dahmer was found to be legally sane at his trial.

John Wayne Gacy (1942 – 1994) was an American serial killer and rapist. He sexually assaulted, tortured and murdered at least 33 teenage boys and young men between 1972 and 1978 in Cook County, Illinois.

Toronto’s serial killer

Between 2010 and 2017 there was a series of disappearances of men in Toronto. In January 2018 Project Prism investigators obtained evidence connecting two disappearances to Bruce McArthur, a 66-year-old self-employed landscaper, whom they arrested on January 18, 2018.

Police say that they found evidence in McArthur’s apartment leading to homicide charges, and that they found the dismembered remains of several men in planter boxes at a residence where McArthur stored landscaping equipment. McArthur and many of his alleged victims were active on online dating apps for men who have sex with men, where McArthur stated that he wanted to meet submissive men.

From Wikipedia

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