Gays Everywhere CELEBRATE When They Witness “Gay Lions” Humping In Wild: There’s Just 1 HUGE Problem

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When photographer Nicole Cambré captured a picture of two full-grown male lions cuddling each other and then going at it doggie-style to the backdrop of a beautiful African sunset, the internet exploded with gays celebrating that “proof” of homosexuality existing naturally in nature had finally been captured. “Gay Pride!” the Daily Mail quipped, as the lion pair quickly started becoming the symbol of the naturalness of homosexuality.

“Being gay isn’t wrong. Even lions are,” wrote a Twitter user named “Papi.”

The picture soon came under scrutiny from those in the scientific community however, and it didn’t take long for the National Geographic channel to chime in, saying the lion was simply a female with a mane.

Gays the world over had their “natural homosexuality” theory ripped to pieces even further, when world renowned lion expert Craig Packer solved the gay lion mystery.

“It’s a bromance, not ‘Brokeback Mountain,’” Craig Packer, who teaches at the University of Minnesota said.

Here’s what he means by bromance: Unlike in “The Lion King”-influenced popular imagination, one male lion doesn’t command a group of lions. Two to four males usually form what is known as a coalition, Packer said, and they work together to take over a pride, which refers only to female lions. Those males depend on each other to fend off other coalitions, which is crucial to being able “to reproduce – with females,” Packer said.

Sorry gay people. No matter how much you wish for it to be true, or what you’d like to believe, homosexuality simply does not exist naturally in nature. So the next time you see two animals humping each other, try not too excited with your fantastical, homoerotic conclusions. Similarly to Spock and Captain Kirk holding hands, it means nothing.

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