Them animals is so gay!

"Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do itÉ Let's do it, let's fall in love."

AhhhÉ gay lovin'. Ain't it sweet? Especially when it's gay lovin' between two cute huggable animals! Let's all salute these brave pioneering queer critters on filmÉ

- Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, & Blonde (2003)--Elle (Reese Witherspoon) is back and blonde as ever in the amusing, but stupid, sequel to the stupid, but amusing, original, Legally Blonde. Now a post grad, she leaves everything behind and moves to Washington DC to work for a high-powered senator (Sally Field) who's trying to pass an Anti-Animal Testing bill. When Elle discovers her little boy poochie likes other poochie boys, the movie degenerates into a warped version of Gay Doggie Pride with a conservative senator stating "My Rottweiler is of the homosexual persuasion... I couldn't be prouder of the little flamer."

- Ice Age (2002)--A prehistoric animated romp revolving around, what else, an odd group of rag-tag animals (a sloth, a mammoth, a tiger, and some sort of squirrel thing) that come together to help a human find it's own kind. Two rhinos also make recurring appearances during the journey, and it is ever so subtly implied they are gay by their undying love for salad and flowersÉ ahhh how cute! You go Rhino! Snap, snap!

- South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)--When the boys from South Park see an R rated movie, all hell breaks loose, literally. Profanities fly at lightning speed in this musical romp about bombing Canada, the steamy love affair between Saddam Hussein and the Devil, censorship, ice skating, and abortion, just to name a few. But the highlight is the trip to Big Gay Al's Big Gay Animal Sanctuary where limp-wristed animals run free and live life out and proud. Big Gay Al is the fabulous savior of all gay creatures great and small, so why hasn't he won the Nobel Prize?? BRIAN BRAIT