SO MANY Animals Are Gay: Report

We just read an article in NPR which says that a whole bunch of animals are gay. “It’s been documented in hundreds of species.”

The breaking report first cites the gay penguins who live at the Central Park Zoo in New York City, who may or may not have decided to move to liberal NYC after facing discrimination from their animal neighbors at the Saint Louis Zoo.

Another famous gay couple: Manny and Cayenne, gay anteaters who live at Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute in D.C.

NPR spoke with Christine Wilkinson, a wildlife ecologist who runs the @thescrappynaturalist on TikTok. Quite a few of her recent posts are about gay and gender fluid animals. Like “green frogs [who] can switch their sex” and Japanese termites, who are super gay.

She also informed the publication about nonbinary deer, gender fluid clownfish, and the ultra horny bonobo, which just has sex with anything it can gets its hands on.

According to a report published on, gay sex has been documented in over 1,500 species, and the official Wikipedia page for “Homosexual behavior in animals” depicts images of gay ducks, wolves, giraffes (figures), swans (figures), American bison, hyenas and more.

gay wolves
Cecile Bloch via Wikimedia Commons

According to a separate Wikipedia page – a “List of animals displaying homosexual behavior” – the list can be expanded to include lions, domestic cats, foxes, dogs, pandas, elephants and bears, just to name a few. 

Here are some gay ducks.

gay ducks
Norbert Nagel via Wikimedia Commons

Written by Editorial Team

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