It’s the perfect way to start the day, according to a new study from University of California, Davis researchers.
“It is a simple and inexpensive way to teach the dog to recognize gay sexual cues and to avoid negative reinforcement of homosexual behavior,” the study, published in the journal Animal Cognition, said.
It’s a great way to get the dog used to gay sex and the possibility of sexual arousal, said study co-author James Stangl, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at UC Davis.
The researchers looked at 1,400 dogs, with one of the dogs receiving a daily dose of gay cum.
The dogs were then tested daily for an array of sexual behaviors and other cues, such as licking, licking and licking again.
“We were very surprised at how readily they responded to gay cum, but also at how quickly they stopped licking,” said Stang, who also co-authored the study.
“If you do this and you do it for a couple of days and then they come back to licking, that’s a good sign.
If they stop licking, they are doing it for something else.”
The researchers also tested the dogs on the daily licking behavior.
The gay cum was then injected into the mouths of the dog and they reacted to the lick with more licking and more licking.
“What we were really surprised about was that they did not react as quickly to the injection when they received the gay cum,” Stang said.
“They had a very short-term learning curve to the gay cock and anal licking, and then the injection.”
The gay cock was inserted into the dog’s mouth and tested for its ability to lick and lick again, and the anal licking was also tested.
“I think the anal sucking was more subtle, but that was also a sign that they were learning something,” he said.
The study suggests that dogs are responding more quickly to gay sexual stimuli in the context of licking, when paired with the stimulation of a sexual stimulus.
“The gay cock licking is just a fun thing that the dog does when it sees a gay cock in its mouth, but we also found that it also helps them understand and process other cues and cues that come with gay sex, which is interesting because there’s a lot of stigma surrounding gay sex,” said co-lead author Amy Oster, a doctoral candidate in the psychology department.
“So, for the first time, we see that the gay semen can actually be a reward for the dogs to respond to it.”
The findings are promising, but there’s still more work to be done.
For example, it’s unclear whether dogs will respond to gay cock as much as anal licking.
It could be that dogs’ initial reaction is to lick, and their initial reaction to anal licking is to suck it back in.
Or it could be the reverse.
“That’s the big question.
If it is that aversive to lick that’s not enough for dogs to learn, and if it’s not that they can learn to suck on the anal tip, what is the point?” said Stange.
“How much does the gay penis have to change the behavior of the animals to allow them to learn to lick the anal part of the penis?”
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