GAY BASHING RIDES
D.C., March 30, 2004: A recent poll taken by the I. M. Squirrely
Research Institute underscores the trend -- pets in America have
been getting more and more comfortable with others who are choosing
same sex mates. We know US citizens have been growing more tolerant
of gays in general, as witness all the films and television shows of
the past few years, the latest example being "Queer Eye for the
And, there has been growing support
for gay horses in Mounted Police Forces across the country, as well as for pooches in the K9 Corps and Seeing Eye Dog programs.
Now, the polls are
showing surprising changes on a number of other aspects of the gay
life for furry home and professional companions:
Support for gay seals
in the Navy rose from 51% in a 1977 Gallup On poll to 80% in 2003.
Canine support for
gay obedience instructors has grown from just 10% to 75% in the same
A report completed in
December, 2003 shows that 61% of the pooch and pussycat population
would vote for a gay presidential contender, a sharp rise from the
12% so inclined in 1979, if they were allowed to vote.
Net, net, as they say
in the advertising biz, "The majority of our population is now
supportive of same sex unions," said Pamela Whippet, who gathered
and analyzed the results of the recent polls for the Squirrely
will all this progress affect states such as Massachusetts, whose
legislature just voted to pass a constitutional amendment banning
same sex NIPtuals?
Please take a moment to
participate in our continuing poll on whether
Caesar, the 26 year old childless gorilla, should be allowed to wed
his new male companion (click here to read
March 27 FUPPPS editorial for the whole story):
FUPPPS Editorial Board