Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 12 July 2012
, political animals
, primal instinct
Grindr will make what is being called its scripted TV debut in the upcoming USA series Political Animals, and thanks to a super sezzy preview, we get a taste (almost literally) of what to expect!
The NSFW-ish video after the jump.
Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 12 December 2011
, gay penguins
, toronto zoo
, tom mason
, national post
Claiming the "bromance" officially over, the National Post has once again caught our gayttention today with an update on Buddy and Pedro, the same-sex penguin pair forced apart to breed with females for population reasons.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Tags: ross matthews
, chelsea lately
, david mizejewski
, cane toad
, wild boar
, late night
, freak out
Former Instinct cover guy Ross Matthews did an adorable job filling in for Chelsea on Chelsea Lately. After the jump, watch the hilarious clip of him feeding wild boars, holding toads and flirting with the beefy gay Jack Hanna, all in his own special way.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 30 August 2011
, honey badger
, black bear
, golden eagles
The goofy anthropomorphizing comedian that brought us hilarious videos featuring the Honey Badger and the Water Chevrotain is back to highlight Banff, Alberta, Canada's wildlife. Video after the jump.
Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 13 January 2011
Tags: six reasons PETA is gay
, what's your instinct
PETA, which has garnered an deluge of headlines in recent years, wants to cozy up to the gays in a cheeky new blog post titled "Six Reasons Why PETA's Gay." We love the snarky tone of the list but want to know what you think about their new LGBT outreach.
First off, the six reasons PETA believes it's sooooo gay are:
1. Cruelty is a drag. Long before the current flock of RuPaul wannabes ruled the airwaves, PETA enlisted drag divas—including Lady Bunny, Lypsinka, and Flotilla DeBarge—to shed some light (and throw some shade) on animal abuse.FULL STORY
2. Give a gal a break. PETA has always been a lesbian haven—fromEllen DeGeneres to k.d. lang to Sara Gilbert—even before they come out!
3. Can you make out...
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 07 December 2010
, los angeles
The Found Animals Foundation reminds us that four-legged friends are just as in need of our love during the holidays as they are the rest of the year with the upcoming Paw-lidays event, launching on Saturday, December 18.
From a press release:
Found Animals Foundation invites you to celebrate the “Paw-lidays,” Saturday, December 18, 2010 from 10am-5pm as they kick-off this years annual Los Angeles-wide, discount days of adoption. The unparalleled adoption event (formerly known as “Save a Stray for the Holidays”) will be held through December 24 at 14 Los Angeles City and County Animal Care Center locations where adoption discounts will be provided. Last year’s adoption event was tremendously successful resulting in 445...FULL STORY
, carbon pawprint
We spent time switching light bulbs and vehicles so that our carbon footprints might lessen their impact on the planet, but now scientists have us worrying over another aspect of our lifestyle: man's best friend.
Authors of the book “Time to Eat the Dog: The Real Guide to Sustainable Living” (a hard title to type for a human companion to a dog, like myself) teamed up with scientists at the Stockholm Environment Institute in the UK to arrive at the carbon “pawprint” of pet dogs. After quantifying the amount of energy, space and resources necessary to make an average dog's food for an entire year, the team discovered that pooches leave an annual carbon pawprint that's twice that of SUV's.
Being natural voracious carnivores, ...FULL STORY