Ha! This reminds me of a Far Side cartoon...the one where there's a section labeled "Riff Raff" with a bunch of questionable fellows lying around in the sun. I recall a mother dragging her kid away from the exhibit.
I somehow doubt there will be much response. Christians and other theists tend to be very concrete-bound. The only time most of them make a connection between morality and the world at large is when one of their braniac leaders spouts his mouth off about it. 99% of them wouldn't have figured out that Tinky Winky was gay if Falwell hadn't made his earth-shattering pronouncement. Yet the same folks who jumped on that bandwagon aren't protesting cotton-polyester blend shirts (which are forbidden in the same book of the Bible famous for the "Homosexuality is an abomination" quote) because Robertson, Falwell, & co. decided not to press their luck (sorry, bad pun). The implications of man's connection to animals are beyond these people. It will only make headlines if one of the leaders says something (conversely, I'm sure plenty of folks are spouting off about Hugo Chavez right now).
Pride may be worth less than safety but it's certainly worth more than convenience.
--The Royal Me