|Zoo's forced seperation of couple is not social engineering.|
“Huzzah to the right thinking and God-fearing Toronto Zoo.” Phelps tweeted. "It's an amazing feeling to know someone wanted to change!"
Phelps wasn't done, however. “Fags will avoid that zoo surely, but God hates fags so who cares,” she later tweeted. "Serves them right for trying to get married in the first place."
Buddy, 21, and Pedro, 10, lived in a zoo in Toledo, Ohio, before traveling to Canada to become part of the Toronto Zoo’s first African penguin exhibit. “The males will be put in with a specific female so they have the chance to get to know one another, and if they bond, that’s what we’re looking for,” Bill Rapley, the zoo’s executive director of conservation and wildlife.
The fact that some individuals are bothered by the two males in an amorous caring relation is not the reason for the separation said Rapley. “The penguins have 'top-notch genes,'" said Rapley. “We want them to breed with females to help populate the species, which is endangered, this isn’t a social statement.”
There is no indication yet as to what the two penguins feel about the divorce, though both penguins were seen with their respective attorneys discussing alimony. The WBC will now direct their next protest Charlie Daniels concert at Drury University in Missouri.