Animals don't make love. Just ask Trent Reznor.
Nevertheless, "Love and the Animals" is the coyly named highlight of an upcoming event at the Kansas City Zoo that's all about animal sex. We all know what doggy style looks like, but what about froggy style? Elephant style?
Beyond the actual mechanics of doing the deed, how do animals manage to hook up? For that matter, how do identical-looking creatures tell one another apart once they do?
Armed with an X-rated-if-you-aren't-human slideshow, animal courtship expert Ron Magill will offer scientific answers to these and other burning questions during Kiss & Tail on February 5. The event includes heavy appetizers and a raffle but is only open to adults age 21 and over. (Explaining mammalian polyamory to the kids is your job, not the zoo's.)
Tickets are $25 for Friends of the Zoo members and $35 for everyone else.
Oh yeah: Should the birds-and-bees talk inspire your next sexual adventure, please note it when taking the Pitch's Sex Survey.