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(Independent)   Scientists say billions of insects are "accidentally" having gay sex, according to exciting new research from the Sen. Larry Craig Institute For Advanced I'm Totally Not Gay Research   (independent.co.uk) divider line 3
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2013-10-22 03:30:35 PM  
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Buttknuckle: I know!  I keep accidentally having sex with men.  It has been going on for 17 years now, since I hit puberty.


I always wondered what it must be like to be homosexual. I mean, there must be tons of things that cause them stress.
Knowing that a significant number of people will hate you for just being yourself.
Having to decide if you will 'come out'
Catching attitude from other gay people for not 'coming out'
The fact that 'coming out' even has to be a thing.
Worry about the acceptance of your own family.
Worry about fitting in with gay society as well.
Trying to find a suitable partner from a more limited pool.
The real possibility of cruel social isolation.
The real possibility of workplace discrimination.

Now if you add to that being an insect...that would be quite a lot to bear.  I wish them the best of luck.
2013-10-22 02:22:44 PM  
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I'm sure this has nothing to do with humans flushing thousands of tons of hormones into the water.
2013-10-22 01:21:34 PM  
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It's possible they don't care that much, one way or another.

farm4.staticflickr.com

/Species-dependant, of course...
 
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