Animal rights groups have called for the practice to be recognised as animal defilement and rape, using dramatic photographs of animals being cruelly treated by humans for sexual purposes to put pressure on the German government.
It is rather satisfying to note that the German government, with its access to legal and ethical and behavioral experts, pretty much came up with the same conclusion on this subject that I did here, by recognising that sex with humans is ‘inappropriate’ for animals.
According to Hans-Michael Goldmann, chairman of the parliamentary agricultural committee which will discuss the law on Wednesday before a final vote in the Bundestag on 14 December, animals should not be used “for personal sexual activities or made available to third parties for sexual activities … thereby forcing them to behave in ways that are inappropriate to their species”.
Reading the excuses of zoophiles, they sound exactly the same as any other type of rapist, they know she/he/it wants it really:
Central to the beliefs of zoophiles is that we don’t do anything that the animal doesn’t want. We do not treat them cruelly. An animal is quite capable of showing precisely what it wants and does not want. When I look at my dog I know immediately what it wants. Animals are much easier to understand than women.
And hee hee at the misogyny there, who wouldn’t prefer a nice obedient dog that can be trained to do what you want, that won’t answer back, and, most importantly, can’t leave and can’t call the police!
And as with paedophilia, the internet plays a large part in legitimising and supporting such behavior:
Koik said he had been through years of therapy and despair due to his zoophilia, only discovering on the internet the “huge number of zoophiles, especially in the US,” he said. “It was a relief to feel I wasn’t a monster as I’d heard for much of my life,” he said.
All quotes from this article.