The Museum of Sex in New York is currently holding an exhibition called The Sex Lives of Animals, and curator Sarah Jacobs says furry creatures are the working girls of the wild.
According to Jacobs, bonobo monkeys are known to exchange sex for food, shelter, or acceptance.
She says, Animals have their own form of prostitution. Theyre not that different from humans in terms of sexuality. They use sex the same way we often do.
Animals arent only turning tricks, but also engaging in some kinky behavior and foreplay, including oral sex, anal sex, group sex, and sex with the same gender.
Certain species of dolphins even get off by having blowhole sex.
Jacobs says, Discovering that animals are not only having sex to reproduce, but also for pleasure really changes the idea of whats natural and whats deemed wrong by conservatives.
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