DOGGY STYLE

While we humans may not like to think we have much in common with the animal kingdom, when it comes to one of the most basic natural instincts, we couldn’t be more similar. In its new exhibit, The Sex Lives of Animals, the Museum of Sex explores the sexual behavior of animals and their human-like interactions—such as kissing, hugging, and even foreplay—via photography, videos, and life-size animal sculptures. Norwegian gay artist Rune Olsen, who’s contributing work to the show, said he began researching the sex lives of animals after he was told there were no gay animals. Over the years, he’s found plenty of evidence to the contrary. His favorite piece of the exhibit? Gay dolphins having “blow-hole sex.”
Tue., July 29, 2008


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